Two men whose bodies were found Monday in the Columbia and Willamette rivers died from drowning, the Multnomah County medical examiner determined Tuesday.
The bodies were found separately, deputies said.
The body of Danna Keith White, 27, of Portland was recovered from the Willamette River. He had been reported missing on March 18, sheriff's deputies said. There were no indications of foul play and the manner of which he died is undetermined, the medical examiner said.
The body of Scott Jerome Perry, 56, of Vancouver was recovered in the Columbia River and he had been reported missing Feb. 22 and his vehicle was found abandoned on the Glenn Jackson Bridge.
The medical examiner determined Perry died from drowning and blunt force injuries and that it was a suicide.