The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and Roseburg Police Department have identified the body found in the South Umpqua River as that of a woman who had recently moved to Roseburg from Ashland. Diana Dallagiacomo, 44, was found by fishermen Friday near the Douglas County Fairgrounds. She was a transient, and deputies who spoke to occupants of a nearby homeless camp determined that she had been missing for about two weeks, the sheriff’s office said today. She had not been reported missing to police. An autopsy was performed by the Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office in Clackamas. Authorities have not released …
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