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UPDATE: U-M Student Found Dead in His Apartment

UPDATE: U-M Student Found Dead in His Apartment

By Jane Sugiyama. CREATED Jul 25, 2013 - UPDATED: Jul 26, 2013

UPDATE: According to AnnArbor.com, the autopsy of the 25-year-old University of Michigan medical student that was found dead in his apartment early Wednesday morning, revealed that the man died from a single gunshot wound.

Ann Arbor Police have identified the late medical student as Paul DeWolf.

Dewolf was found dead in his apartment on Wednesday, where all his valuables appeared to be in order and untouched. A firearm was not found at the scene of the crime.

Dewolf was a 2010 graduate of Grand Valley State University. He had just completed his third year of medical school at U-M and was studying to be a surgeon. He was also on active service with the United States Air Force ranked as a second lieutenant.

Ann Arbor Police are still investigating this crime.


According to AnnArbor.com, Ann Arbor Police commented that they are still waiting on the autopsy results of the 25-year-old man who was found dead in his apartment early Wednesday morning.

Lieutenant Robert, Arbor Police Department, said that the Washtenaw Medical Examiner was scheduled to perform an autopsy Thursday.

Police said that when the medical student failed to report for a scheduled assignment at the Veteran's hosptial, an associate was sent to check on the man, found him deceased, and called 9-1-1.

The man's death is still being reported as "suspicious," as he was found in the 200 block of North Ingalls Street the Phi Rho Sigma fraternity--a co-educational society of U-M medical students.

The man's name has not been released.


According to University of Michigan Police, a 25-year-old student was found dead in his apartment Wednesday morning. The apartment is located in the 200 Block of North Ingalls.

Crime Alerts were sent out to U-M students following the incident.

Reports from FOX 17 state that the death is considered "suspicious, with police investigating."

Please contact U-M POLICE (UMPD) at (734) 763-1131 or dial 9-1-1
or the ANN ARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT Tip Line (734) 794-6939 or tips@a2gov.org