GREEN BAY - Three days after a man's body was found, Green Bay police are still not releasing much information about his death, except the man's name.
Green Bay police have identified the 49-year-old man found dead at an Ashland Ave. address over the weekend as Daniel Eric Kuehl of Green Bay.
Police say Kuehl owned the near west side home at 239 N. Ashland and was living in an apartment at the time of his death.
Some neighbors say as long as police are at the scene, they are not concerned.
"As long as the police are there, I'm not too concerned about it," said John Calhoon, who lives two doors down from Kuehl on Ashland Avenue. "If they don't have any solution after (police leave) – then there might be a little bit of a concern."
Calhoon says he was surprised to see police activity late Friday night and early Saturday morning at the always quiet, two story home.
"He lived upstairs and police and ambulance and everybody went in downstairs," said Calhoon.
"We didn't know what was going on. We actually thought it might have been somebody – a vagrant or someone – that went in, found an open door and went in."
Calhoon says he didn't know Kuehl, but knew he lived alone; adding he's probably one of the only people in the neighborhood that knew someone even lived at the house.
"I could see the lights go on and off at night when I was walking the dogs and then, every once-in-a-while, in the morning – early in the morning, I'd see him come and go," said Calhoon.
Monday, investigators were still active at the home.
Police tape still cordoned off the property; a squad car parked on the front lawn.
"Investigators are carefully processing the crime scene to backtrack how that this may have occurred," said Green Bay Police Lt. Kevin Warych.
Warych says the department is waiting on lab results to determine how Kuehl died and wouldn't say who or what led police to the Ashland Avenue home.
"That information can't be released at this time because a lot of this is sensitive information and we're trying to put together a case," explained Warych.
FOX 11 contacted Brown County Coroner Al Klimek as to what information could be released as a part of the autopsy. He responded in an email saying any information would come from the police department and that he is working with a pathologist to determine the cause and manner of Kuehl's death. He added "that information will not be made available for a while."
Police say if anyone had recent contact with Kuehl to contact the department at 448-3208 or Crime Stoppers at 920 432-STOP. Warych says any information will be helpful, "regardless of how minor they think it may be."
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