Kiely Rodni: Police say autopsy results to take 'two months' as AWP dive team calls missing teen’s death 'suspicious'

On August 21, AWP claimed that they have found a body in Prosser Lake and it belongs to the missing teen Kiely Rodni

Kiely Rodni: Police say autopsy results to take 'two months' as AWP dive team calls missing teen’s death 'suspicious'
Kiely Rodni went missing on August 6 at the Prosser Family Campground in her 2013 silver Honda CRV (Adventures with a Purpose/YouTube and Placer County Sheriff's Office)
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TRUCKEE, CALIFORNIA: The death of Kiely Rodni, who went missing on August 6 in her 2013 silver Honda CRV, has become a mystery, especially after the dive team, Adventures with a Purpose (AWP), called the death "suspicious." However, the mystery will not come to an end soon as the Nevada County Sheriff's Office has announced that “the investigation, review, and redaction processes” will take another two months.

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Revealing it to The Sun, police said, “The [Nevada County] Sheriff's Office does have possession of records responsive to your request. It should be noted, however, [that] the investigation is not complete and is considered ongoing at this time,” and added, “Once the investigation is complete, [the] release will be pursuant to all privileges and/or exemptions that may apply. We expect the investigation, review, and redaction processes to be completed by November 1, 2022." This comes after AWP shared footage of their search on YouTube on September 2, ‘How We FOUND Kiely Rodni: MURDER or ACCIDENT?’ with diver Nick Rinn saying, “She’s in the back of the vehicle. She’s not in the driver’s seat. It looks suspicious to me."

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What do we know so far?

Kiely was last seen at the Prosser Family Campground at a party on August 6 at around 12.30 am, which was attended by 200 to 300 teens and young adults. Her cell phone last pinged around 12.30 am near the campground's reservoir lake after she texted her mother she was heading home. Police searched the lake but didn't discover anything while they received hundreds of tips. On August 19, the specialty search and recovery dive team, AWP, started searching for the teen. In an Instagram post on the same day, the group also announced that they were in Truckee and would start searching for the teen.

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Doug Bishop, a diver with AWP, who went ahead with the search at the reservoir, even though the authorities searched the lake, because according to the team’s motto, “If it hasn’t been searched by [AWP,] it hasn’t been searched.” On August 21, AWP claimed that they have found a body in Prosser Lake and it belongs to the missing teen via a Facebook post. It read, "Car is upside down in only 14 of water. We have CONFIRMED Kiely is inside. Family Notified. Law Enforcement on their way."

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