Fleming County EMA: Missing Teen Found Dead

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Updated: 11/20/2012 2:49 pm
Fleming County Emergency Management officials confirmed that the body of a missing teen was found Tuesday afternoon.

EMA officials say the body of Ricky Hamilton, 15, was found in a quarry in Fleming County.

The teen had been missing since Saturday, when police say he and his father split up on a hunting trip in the Tilton area of Fleming County...but Hamilton didn't come back.

Search teams canvassed the area for nearly three days.

ABC-36 is currently on the scene and will have more information as it becomes available.
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