White Plains man's death at Grand Canyon ruled suicide
The body of a White Plains man who was missing for months was pulled from the Grand Canyon, and officials say the death has been ruled a suicide.
Officials say the body of Robert Watson, 24, was discovered some 700 feet below the rim of the Grand Canyon. Watson was first reported missing in March.
Police say they don't believe there were any witnesses to Watson's death.
Arizona authorities say a helicopter was used in the complicated recovery effort because of the rough terrain.
Neighbors of the Watsons in White Plains say they had moved to the area recently. Body recovered from Grand Canyon is White Plains man