Body found at Lake Overholser identified as 18-year-old

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A body found at an Oklahoma City lake has been identified as a local teenager.

On Saturday, Feb. 23, dispatchers with the Oklahoma City Police Department received a call about a possible body at Lake Overholser.

When officers and firefighters arrived, they were able to pull the body of a young man from the water.

Officials with the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office tell News 4 that the man has been identified as 18-year-old Kelvin Perez-Lopez.

At this point, no other information about his death is being released.

One week later, another body was found on the shore of Lake Overholser.

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Police haven’t identified the second victim yet but described him as a possible teenager or young adult who was partially clothed. They said from where he was found, the can’t see any injuries of signs of trauma.

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