UPDATE: Body found in rural Lee County identified as Sadie Alvarado
The body has been identified as 20-year-old Sadie Alvarado of Muscatine.
Authorities say the Lee County Attorney's Office was briefed on facts related to the investigation before they charged a man in the investigation.
28-year-old Damian Hamann from Morning Sun has been charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident Resulting in a Death.
An autopsy for Alvarado is scheduled for August 7 at the University of Iowa's Decedent Care Unit.
Police say the incident is still under investigation by the Iowa Department of Public Safety’s Division of Criminal Investigation, Lee County Sheriff’s Office, Lee County Attorney’s Office and the Lee County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Authorities say they have identified the body of a woman in her early to mid-20s found in rural Lee County, and it is not a missing UI student from Brooklyn.
Authorities said they are not releasing the identity at this time, but did confirm it is not Mollie Tibbetts.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office reported locating the body of a dead white female in her early to mid-20s on Sunday.
The family of 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, of Brooklyn, reported her missing July 19 after she didn't show up for work.
The “Bring Mollie Tibbetts Home Safe Reward Fund” announced Thursday began with $172,000 in contributions. On Friday, the fund had grown to more than $200,000.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office said it has located the body of a dead white female in her early to mid-20s.
The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation said there is no reason to believe the body is that of Mollie Tibbetts.
The body was discovered in rural Lee County, according to a news release. The DCI is investigating and would not release any additional details at this time.
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