Wetumpka Man Discovers WWII Dog Tag On D-Day
Today marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
On this very day, a Wetumpka man finds a piece of history from that time. Now, he's searching tonight for family members of a World War II Veteran who, he believes, lives in Alabama.
Woody Bozeman was out fishing on the Coosa River in Wetumpka when he found the veteran's dog tag under a pile of debris along the river bank. As you said, Stefanie, he believes the family could be living in Alabama... and even as close as in the river region.
Bozeman was stunned when he found a piece of World War II history float ashore into a pile of debris along the Coosa River.
The name on the dog tag: Donald B. Jones.
Until then, he and his co-workers have been searching who is Donald B. Jones. It's a name with many questions... and little answers -- but a name he calls a hero.
He hasn't been able to get in touch with the Jones family. He says he's hoping this story will help.