Missing Queens teacher dies after being found by upstate cops - MRCAESAR.COM

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Missing Queens teacher dies after being found by upstate cops


NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
A Queens teacher who was missing for more than a week has died, police said.
A Queens music teacher who was missing for more than a week has died, police said.
Keith Johnson, 46, was found in a wooded area near the upstate town of Shandaken, Ulster County, on Saturday, authorities said.
Johnson, an avid hiker, was semi-conscious and suffering from exposure and hypothermia when cops discovered him several miles into the woods, according to police sources.
Keith Johnson, 46, was last seen at the Queens school where he taught music on May 4. (NYPD)
His car was found parked near a trail head about 48 miles southwest of Albany, according to sources.
Medics were called to the scene, but Johnson was dead when they arrived, sources said.
Johnson's car was found parked about 48 miles southwest of Albany.
Johnson, who lived in Kew Gardens, was last seen around 2:30 p.m. on May 4, outside his job — Public School 29 in College Point, cops said. The next morning, Johnson's car was seen crossing the Throgs Neck Bridge.
His death does not appear to be the result of foul play, police said.

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