ISP Investigating Death of Man in Greene County

by Staff on September 5, 2011 · 1 comment

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The Indiana State Police have launched an investigation into the death of an northeastern Indiana man whose body was found Sunday morning.

According to police, the man was identified as Michael Fuson, 43, of Angola, Indiana. His body was discovered at 11495 Main Street in Owensburg.

ISP Public Information Officer Sergeant Curt Durnil stated “I have not been made aware of any foul play involved in this case at this time.”

An autopsy, scheduled for Tuesday at Terre Haute’s Regional Hospital, “should make that clear,” Durnil said.

An anonymous person identified only as “iliveforthis” wrote the following:

“Some information that should be noted along with this article: the body was found on a road heavily trafficked by drug dealers. One which the GC Police have been notified of numerous times and look the other way on. And when asked of the knowledge of another person, who I know for a fact deal drugs to high school age kids, they respond with a “we know them very well” yet nothing is done about it. Not saying this is drug related, but there is a good chance. The area has a huge drug problem and our law enforcent does very little about it.”

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