Family drags body of 23-year-old missing teacher from lake days before he’s due to start first teaching job

Family members of a missing teacher have pulled his body from a lake just three before he was set to start a new job.

Krishawn Noble, 23, vanished in Kernersville, North Carolina, last week after his empty boat washed ashore on the edge of a lake.

Friends and relatives were searching for him on Friday when they found his lifeless body and dragged it from the water.

He was due to start teaching seventh grade at East Forsyth Middle School on Monday after spending a year as a student teacher.

Theo Helm, a spokesman for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, told the Winston-Salem Journal that counselors were sent to the school Friday and will be on hand for students on Monday.

Noble graduated in May from Winston-Salem State University.

He would’ve been returning to the school system from which he graduated.

He was a member of Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy’s Class of 2012, where he was a basketball and track star.

Noble was a starting power forward for Winston Salem’s Savage Truth UBA basketball team.

Detectives from the Winston-Salem Police Department’s crime scene response unit are continuing the investigation of Noble’s death.

Authorities have not determined a cause of death.

He was due to start teaching seventh grade at East Forsyth Middle School on Monday after spending a year as a student teacher

   

Rescue boats and members of the sheriff's department are seen searching the lake 

Source: The DailyMail

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