Gannett Media reports that the Green Bay Police Department Dive Team has been searching the waters of Green Bay near the parking lot where the body of 39-year-old Krystal R. Torres-Smith was found dead from multiple gunshot wounds early Monday morning. The search for evidence, including a possible weapon, has expanded from the shoreline into the bay since Torres-Smith’s body was found by a UW-Green Bay police officer. Funeral arrangements for Torres-Smith, a mother of three and member of the Oneida Nation, are being handled by Ryan Funeral Home of De Pere. For more on the criminal investigation.
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