La Crosse man found in Black River had a BAC of .323
La Crosse (WQOW) - A La Crosse man who went missing in July and later found in the Black River had a blood alcohol (BAC) of .323. That's more than four times the legal limit to drive, according to the La Crosse County Medical Examiner Tim Candahl.
Shalim Augustine, 23, went missing sometime the night of July 8 into the early morning hours of July 9. Police said he was last seen near the Copeland boat landing by friends. Friends told police he had been boating on the Black River with them a majority of the day he went missing.
Augustine's body was recovered in the Shopko Bay area on July 11.
WXOW contributed to this report.
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