A body that was found in the Klamath River, has been identified as a Happy Camp man that went missing in April. On the 14th the family of 42-year-old Benjamin Camarena reported him missing to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, saying he had been riding his horse on Indian Creek Road, but the horse came home with an empty saddle. A short time earlier a few witnesses, including a sheriff’s deputy, saw a dead body floating down Indian Creek and into the Klamath River. Since then the entire river all the way to the ocean has been combed by the Siskiyou, Del Norte and Humboldt Sheriff’s Offices, the Coast Guard, the National Guard and the Karuk, Hoopa and Yurok Tribes. On Thursday, a sheriff’s office search and rescue coordinator found Camerena’s body in the river about two miles upriver of Wingate. An autopsy was done and confirmed the identity. Camarena’s disappearance is being treated as a homicide.