Autopsy Shows Death Not Homicide Related - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/8/08

Autopsy Shows Death Not Homicide Related

Authorities say a weekend death initially thought to be suspicious was not a homicide after all. 54-year-old Kenneth Pratt was found dead Saturday morning in his apartment at Green Gables in the 4400 Block of 20th Street.

Police called the death suspicious after medical workers found signs of trauma on Pratt's body. However, preliminary autopsy results found no signs of a homicide.

Police are still waiting for toxicology results.

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