LADOGA, Ind. (AP) _ State police say investigators haven't found signs of wrongdoing in the death of a man whose remains were discovered amid rubbish inside an old house trailer in central Indiana.
Police say the partially decomposed body was found this week while a person was working to dismantle the trailer on a property in a rural area near the Montgomery County town of Ladoga. That man had moved the trailer last week from the Vermillion County city of Clinton, where city officials had ordered its removal.
Police say results of an autopsy were inconclusive with toxicology results pending. DNA testing is being done to confirm the identity of the victim, believed to be a middle-aged man.