The investigation continues into a Fenton man discovered to have drowned sometime Friday night in the Lake of the Ozarks, according to MSHP Water Patrol Troop F Sgt. Scott White.

The investigation continues into a Fenton man discovered to have drowned sometime Friday night in the Lake of the Ozarks, according to MSHP Water Patrol Troop F Sgt. Scott White. 

An autopsy has been scheduled for this week, but the specific date and location have not been announced at this point. White said a medical issue could have contributed to the incident, but it's too early in the investigation to know for sure. 

A deceased 66-year-old male was discovered to be floating and believed to have drown sometime Friday night in Lake of the Ozarks, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol Water Division drowning incident report. 

The incident occurred at approximately 9:21 p.m. on May 19, 2017 in Kinchelow Hollow Cove at the 25-mile marker when Steven M. Fox was found to be floating, an apparent victim of drowning. The victim was spotted by a nearby resident who then notified law enforcement, according to White. 

According to the report, the next of kin has been notified and the investigation is still ongoing. Fox was not found with a safety device. 

Camden County Medical Examiner Stephanie Dominique pronounced the victim deceased at 9:51 p.m. and the body was taken to Allee Holman Howe funeral home in Camdenton. 

This is Troop F's first drowning of may and second fatal drowning for the year of 2017. 

The Lake Sun will update this story once more information is known.