Police remove multiple items from Carman’s Middletown house

Nathan Carman (Image courtesy: WCVB)

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (WTNH) — According to the Hartford Courant, police from South Kingstown, Rhode Island, along with Middletown Police are removing items from the home of the woman who is lost at sea.

The Courant reports that law enforcement agencies from four states are now investigating the disappearance of Linda Carman. Her son, 22-year-old Nathan Carman, who was rescued after more than a week on the water says suspicions about his account of the sinking boat are compounding his grief over the apparent drowning of his mother.

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“I would not have left the dock. I would not have taken my mom out fishing with me had I believed the boat was seaworthy,” said Carman.

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News 8 has learned that law enforcement agencies from several states will meet the next week to talk about the investigation into Linda Carman’s death. One of the things they are expected to look at is the seaworthiness of that boat. A warrant used to search Nathan Carman’s home shows investigators are looking for evidence of “reckless endangerment.”

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