Check for alerts for high water or debris. The process of identifying the remains is currently underway. Will we find out Thursday who the next president is? Terrance Williams, 52, went missing in the White River on Saturday. Both men were last seen being arrested by Steve Calkins, then a deputy in the Collier County Sheriff's Department, for driving without a license. A member of the public recently spotted one in Murrells Inlet, and other recent sightings were made in North Carolina. Indiana Conservation officers are investigating with help from the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office and the Morgan County Coroner’s Office. – Officials are working to identify a body found in the White River Sunday morning. He is still missing. This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Terrence is also one of the hottest viral internet sensations, with an online following nearly a million strong. Calkins claims he changed his mind about both arrests and last saw the men after he dropped them at Circle K convenience stores. Election officials plan to release the latest results -- and continue that process daily at 9:00 a.m. local (Pacific) time. MORGAN COUNTY, Ind. Terrance Williams was last seen in the custody of Calkins in 2004. Indiana Conservation Officers are being assisted by the Monticello Fire Department. Santos' family is not a party to the litigation. “Terrence was born and raised in Oklahoma City, where he spent the first 15 years of his life growing up as a child of the system… Status: Still missing; wrongful death suit was filed in 2018. The complaint filed by O'Neal and Crump alleges "intentional tortious" actions against Williams occurred in 2004, when a statute of limitations would have applied, but there is no known date of his presumed death, the court documents state. A Morgan County Sheriff’s deputy arrived at the scene. John Hooley, the attorney representing Calkins, argued that a statute of limitations for wrongful death complaints alleging murder or manslaughter applies in the Calkins case. – Rescue crews responded to the Tippecanoe River just south of the Norway Dam in White County for a man missing in the water. The Australian spotted jellyfish can form "'blooms that gobble up fish and shellfish eggs and damage boats and fishing gear," the SCDNR said. Watch soon: Nevada expected to release new results in presidential race, Police investigate thefts from cars, stolen cars overnight in Fishers, Huge, invasive jellyfish seen in South Carolina, 375,000 Ford Explorers recalled for suspension problem that caused multiple crashes, Georgia election results still too close to call, more than 60,000 outstanding ballots. Former deputy Steven Calkins is believed to be the last person to see Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams before their disappearances in 2003 and … Crews began searching for Owen Jones, 4, on Thursday when he was swept away by the water of Delphi’s Deer Creek. Terrance Williams, 52, went missing in the White River on Saturday. Investigators say most of the thefts occurred in the Sandstone and Meadow Brook Neighborhoods at 116th Street and Brooks School Road. UPDATE (June 4, 2019)– Terrance Williams’ body has been identified. The lawsuit contends Williams is dead and alleges Calkins is responsible for his death. More: Missing Collier men Terrance Williams… Here is a recap of the other three searches: The Indiana Department of Natural Resources recommends these safety tips for anyone with plans to go near water. UPDATE (June 4, 2019)– Morgan County Coroner identified the body as Terrance Williams of Indianapolis. On August 30, 2018 a wrongful death suit was filed in in Collier Circuit Court, alleging that former Collier County Sheriff’s deputy Corporal Steven Calkins is responsible for the death of Terrance Williams. A judge on Wednesday dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit against a former Collier County deputy but gave the plaintiffs 20 days to file another amended complaint. Investigators say most of the thefts occurred in the Sandstone and Meadow Brook Neighborhoods at 116th Street and Brooks School Road. More: Motion to dismiss hearing scheduled for ex-deputy thought to be last to see two men in Collier, More: Ex-deputy thought to be last to see two men in Collier contests wrongful-death lawsuit, Tyler Perry updates case of missing Felipe Santos, Terrance Williams.