BREAKING NEWS: UK police have arrested a suspect after a body was found in a woodland stream today, and a homicide investigation into the unnamed man's death was launched.
The Press Association reporting for the Guardian News said a 21-year-old male is currently in police custody on suspicion of murder, but neither his identity nor that of his alleged victim's has been released yet.
Early Monday, someone walking near the Goodwyns estate in Dorking Surrey spotted the apparent drowned corpse of an unknown male and contacted the police.
The dead man was retrieved from the water and is now awaiting autopsy and formal identification at the county Medical Examiner's Office.
In the meantime, his suspected killer is being questioned by detectives and additional charges may be pending, according to a spokesman for the Surrey UK police.
He told press gathered at the scene that “the team and I are focused on a number of inquiries to try and establish the circumstances surrounding this incident and will be carrying out various searches in the area as well as making house-to-house inquiries.”
Arrests and murder investigations are exceptionally uncommon in the Case of the Drowning Men, particularly in the U.S. where, regardless of the circumstances surrounding a missing young man's drowning, such cases are typically ruled "accidents."
This breaking news story is developing -- please check the comments section for any additional updates, and feel free to add your own there or any other observations.