Foul play not suspected in Wood County man's death
The Associated Press
GRAND RAPIDS, Wis. (AP) -- Police say the death of a man whose body was found in a Wood County lake apparently did not involve a crime.
Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Lewandowski says preliminary autopsy results show Greg Senn died of drowning or hypothermia and that foul play is not suspected. He says preliminary autopsy results show no sign of any significant injuries.
Lewandowski says a passer-by on a nearby bike path noticed a baseball cap floating in the lake March 13 and alerted authorities.
Lab results from the autopsy are expected in 2 or 3 weeks. WSAW-TV (http://bit.ly/AiXIst ) says the 29-year-old man had been missing since Jan. 14.