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12 year old Greendale boy dies

12 year old boy found dead inside home 12 year old boy found dead inside home

By Brad Underwood – bio | email

GREENDALE, IN (FOX 19) - The Dearborn County Coroner preformed an autopsy Wednesday on the 12 year old who was found dead on a couch inside his home on Oakey Avenue. Autopsy results have not been released.

Greendale police aren't releasing much information at this time about the boys mysterious death. Police and EMS arrived at the home to find the boy unresponsive.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.

In the 911 call, the caller said the boy had been sick the night before, and described him as cold and stiff on the couch.

He was a formal student at Greendale Middle School.  School officials say he was pulled out of the school a month ago to be educated at home.

Several agencies are investigating the death, including the Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit.

If anyone has any information, police urge you to call SGT. Kendle Davis of the Greendale Police at 812-537-1321

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