Today, August 23, 2017 at about 1:30 p.m. we were able to locate the body of Kathy Schlosser of rural Durand. Her body was located in the Chippewa River about a mile downstream from the CTH H bridge near Caryville in the Town of Rock Creek. Her body was located in about 20 feet of water.
Kathy Schlosser’s family and close friends have been notified and want me to share their gratitude by thanking everyone who helped at this indecent. They are thankful for the closure that locating Kathy’s body will bring to them and those that knew Kathy.
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office deputies worked with at least a dozen different people who brought their boats to assist, hundreds of volunteers who came to search land near the river. Food, drinks and many other items were dropped off for those helping, and that allowed the volunteers to keep going without leaving for food and drink.
We also want to thank all of the Fire Departments, EMS agencies, Law Enforcement Agencies, search and rescue groups and community volunteer groups who assisted in this effort.
Dunn County Sheriff's Office is Asking for Public's Help Locating Missing Person
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 | Dunn County Sheriff's Office l Press Release
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate a 59 year old woman in the Townships of Rock Creek, Spring Brook and Peru.
The missing woman is: Kathleen “Kathy” Schlosser of rural Durand. She was last seen North East of Rock Falls at about noon on Monday August 21, 2017. She was wearing a denim shirt with tan capri pants. She is approximately 5’4”, 110 lbs, Brown Hair and Blue Eyes. If anyone in the area of Caryville, Rock Falls and the area North of Durand sees someone matching that description, please call the Sheriff’s Office at 715-232-1348.
The Rock Falls Fire Department, Township Fire Department, Menomonie Fire/Rescue, the Wisconsin DNR, Blue Hills Mounted Search and Rescue, and many volunteers are in the area assisting and if you have any information and see anyone from these agencies, please provide that information to them.