Police: No initial indication of foul play in death of man found in Ann Arbor woods
The initial autopsy done on the body of the 18-year-old man found dead in Ann Arbor last week showed no initial indication of foul play, according to police.
Detective Lt. Robert Pfannes wrote in an email Monday police are waiting for the results of a toxicology report. An autopsy was scheduled for June 4 and the initial results haven’t given police too many new clues.
“There is no initial indication of foul play,” Pfannes stated.
The man was discovered dead in a wooded area near the intersection of Eisenhower Parkway and Eisenhower Place on June 2. Police have notified the man’s family of his death but have not released his name to the public.
Police initially ruled the man’s death suspicious. Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said the man’s death was ruled suspicious because of his age and the fact that he was found without identification in the woods.
It’s believed the man’s body was in the woods for only a day or two.
Anyone with information on the man’s death is encouraged to call the Ann Arbor police anonymous tip line at 734-794-6939 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK UP (773-2587).