Body in river identified as Greenfield man
SUNDERLAND — The identity of the dead man pulled from the Connecticut River April 19 has been identified.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office has identified the man as Stephen Bradley, 28, of Greenfield.
Area police had been looking for Bradley since Jan. 26, when Erving Police found his car parked at the end of the French King Bridge, along with his keys and wallet.
Bradley’s body was found floating in the river in Montague, below the convergence of the Deerfield and Connecticut rivers, by two canoeists.