On Monday the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police resumed the search in waters above the dam and located Acosta-Acero around 2 p.m.
A Baltimore Sun report noted Acosta-Acero was located "in churning water in the middle of the river."
Acosta-Acero's body was transferred to the Maryland Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. Police said the investigation into his death will remain open until the autoposy is completed, at this point it's not clear if water current above the dam played a role in the death, according to the Sun report.
Bloede Dam, built in 1907, is described by DNR on their website as a public safety concern, that has caused deaths in the past and is an obstacle for fish passage. DNR is now in the process of preparing to remove the dam.