Sgt. Jim Dickenson said deputies found the body of Eloy Cordero-Guzman on Wednesday in an alfalfa field in the north part of the county.
The irrigation pipe was 29 feet long and had a burn mark on it.
Officials say the power transmission line carried a current of about 7,000 volts.
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