Friday, 02 December 2022

Authorities identify man's body

LAKE COUNTY – Authorities say they have confirmed that a body found along Clear Lake's shoreline Thursday was that of a missing Windsor man.


A report from Chief Deputy Coroner Russell Perdock said that an autopsy conducted Friday confirmed that the man was 22-year-old Matthew Zanoni.


Zanoni went missing in the lake on Saturday while a passenger on a pontoon boat in the area of Shag Rock, located near Buckingham Point and east of Lakeport, as Lake County News previously reported.


His sister, Jennifer Zanoni, said he had come to Lake County that afternoon to attend BoardStock.


Perdock reported that the autopsy revealed no signs of trauma, injury or foul play.


The cause of Zanoni's death, said Perdock, was drowning.


Zanoni's body was discovered by a group of searchers that included his father, Mike Zanoni, Supervisor Rob Brown and Skip Simkins of Lake Countys' Lakebed Management division, as Lake County News reported Thursday.


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