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UPDATE: UD Law Student Found Dead Identified
UPDATE: DAYTON -- The police report states a large amount of heroin and needles were found around the law student's body and throughout his apartment at University Place.
A maintenance worker found 27-year-old Matthew Corning dead Saturday afternoon.
A neighbor became concerned after he let Corning borrow his truck. The truck was back but there was no sign of Corning.
Toxicology tests will officially confirm the cause of death.
UPDATE--The Montgomery County Coroner has identified the student as 27-year old Matthew Corning.
Police say they suspect drugs were involved in Corning's death, but an official cause of death has not yet been released.
DAYTON -- An investigation is underway after a U.D. law student is found dead inside his apartment.
University officials are saying at this time no foul play is expected, but there are still a lot of questions that remain as the investigation continues.
Just before 2pm, a brisk, bustling day on Brown Street quickly transformed into a parent's worst nightmare.
University officials tell us police and medics responded to reports of a body at the University Place Apartments.
Shortly after, a U.D. law student was found dead inside his apartment.
Officers from Dayton Police and University of Dayton Police fled to the scene and were eventually followed by the the Montgomery County Coroner.
We spoke to students who live at the campus apartments who say its really a quiet place to live where only graduate and law students live.
"It breaks my heart, I just feel for the family. I mean they have to deal with the funeral and all that stuff," Dayton native Tera Andrews-Arnold, who was in the area during the commotion said.
A university spokesperson said no foul play is suspected in the student's death.
But locals have their theories, and say the unknown is the scariest part.
"What if one of my siblings runs into trouble like this," Dakota Finley of Kettering said while eating nearby.
"It definitely makes me more cautious. It makes me think twice about coming down here alone," Andrews-Arnold added.
The identity of the law student has not yet been released.
DAYTON -- The body of a law student is found in a campus apartment at the University of Dayton.
Around 2:00 Saturday afternoon, Dayton and UD Police and the Coroner to responded to the apartment at 1200 Brown street.
University officials said investigators did not suspect any foul play. Family members were still being notified, so they would only confirm it is a law student.
We have a crew at the scene talking to students. Stay with us for updates.
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