“At about 7:37 in the morning, Jazmines pitted on the 3rd hole. The last time he saw him was looking for his ball near the green. The sheriff’s office said.
The press release stated that after the report said that Jazmines was missing, representatives were summoned and helped the Oldsmar Fire Department search the forest area and the edge of the pond.
The release said: “The Diving Team of the Pinhelas County Sheriff̵
The Sheriff’s Office said: “The investigators said there was evidence that Jazmins might have fallen into the water and drowned. The representatives talked to Jazmins’ friends and they said he liked to look for lost golf balls on the court.”
It said that the medical examiner’s office will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of the death, but the incident “does not appear to be suspicious at this time”.