Divers found possible remains in Bull Lake Reservoir on Monday; Not human

(Riverton, Wyo.)  – On Monday of this week possible remains were located by recreational divers in the Bull Lake reservoir on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Fremont County. This find was reported to the FBI and the Coroner’s Office, and an investigation was completed on Tuesday by personnel of the FBI, Coroner’s Office, and Fremont County Search and Rescue. The remains were recovered from a depth of around 27 feet below the surface of the lake, and on analysis they proved to be those of a large bird, probably of the size of an eagle, and additional coyote bones, with all remains identified as non-human.

Coroner: Woman’s death ruled due to blood loss from multiple dog attack

(Riverton, Wyo.) – A woman’s death from injuries received in a dog attack on the Wind River Reservation on November 11th has been ruled as accidental. The cause of death of 40-year-old Deanne Coando-Tyvonnes was officially ruled “Exsanguination due to multiple injuries from animal attack consistent with infliction by dogs,” according to a coroner’s verdict and case docket released this afternoon. Exsanguination is the medical term for death from blood loss.