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Police: Man who lived aboard sailboat drowned - Sarasota Herald-Tribune
by NewsReader 10-18-2012


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Police: Man who lived aboard sailboat drowned
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
James LaRive had previously described himself as homeless and was staying aboard a boat anchored in the city-owned anchorage at Island Park, near where his body was recovered Sunday morning. Release of his information was delayed until his ...
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I do not know the circumstances of this fellows death. We did have the misfortune of encountering him several times in the park, however, during each of which he seemed to be "out of sorts" and "under the influence" of something or another. It is/was a sad way to have lived/ended a life....
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