Princess Anne: grad student found dead after missing class

  • St. Mary's County Md. Sheriff's Deputy Andrew Holton is a long-time school resource officer who has been assigned to Chopticon and Great Mills High schools and is a 20-year veteran of the St. Mary's Sheriff's Department.

(PRINCESS ANNE, MD) – Maryland State Police are investigating the death of a Somerset County man who was found dead in his apartment this morning by a friend who checked on him.

The deceased is identified as Kevin M. Green, 34, of the 11000-block of Stewart Neck Road, Princess Anne, Md. Green was pronounced dead at his residence.

Shortly after 9:30 a.m. today, Maryland State Police criminal investigators responded to Green’s apartment to conduct an investigation into his death. The preliminary investigation indicates a friend of Green’s went to the residence to check on him this morning. Green had not been heard from since June 3rd and he had failed to report for classes yesterday at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, where he was a graduate student.

When Green’s friend received no response at the door today, he forced entry into the apartment and found Green on his bed. Emergency medical services personnel responded and determined Green was deceased.

Investigators found no signs of foul play in the apartment and observed no obvious signs of trauma on Green’s body. His body will be transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of death.

The investigation is continuing.

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