Sister Sends Documents on Brother’s Death to 500 Community Leaders

COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) _ The sister of a central Indiana man who has challenged rulings that his death last year was a suicide says she's sent documents about the investigation to 500 community leaders.
The body of 49-year-old Cary Owsley of Columbus was exhumed this year for a new autopsy after questions were raised about his wife's ex-husband being among the police officers who investigated his death.
Cheryl Owsley-Jackson tells The Republic she sent information including autopsy reports and scene photos to elected officials, physicians, business executives and attorneys around Columbus.
A Bartholomew County judge has ruled he saw no reason for further investigation of the case after two pathologists didn't rule out suicide in Owsley's death.
The county sheriff suspended three deputies for “errors in judgment'' during the April 2013 death investigation.