LUXEMBURG - Police in Luxemburg are investigating why a 44-year-old man was found dead in his parents' driveway.
Police say they were called to a house on Main Street just after 12:30 Sunday, for what appeared to be a body outside the home.
“Upon responding, authorities found a 44-year-old Luxemburg man deceased,” said Luxemburg Police Chief John Massart.
Massart identified the man was Scott Vandermause of Luxemburg.
“His family has been notified and we are in the midst of interviewing people to find out his whereabouts for the last 24 hours,” said Massart.
The crime scene drew many onlookers, though they didn't want to go on camera. Some of Vandermause's acquaintances say he was a kind man, who frequented Augie's Bar on Willow Street.
FOX 11 went to Augie's Bar. Patrons there also declined comment. But, a friend of Vandermause's says Vandermause was at Augie's Bar Saturday night.
As police wait for a Wisconsin State Patrol Crime Scene Reconstruction team to arrive from Antigo, they say they're trying to narrow down what might have happened.
Police say alcohol could have played a factor in Vandermause’s death.
“We’re still on the fence if this was a criminal act or if it may have been an accidental type of act or incident,” said Massart.
Investigators say they will execute search warrants to view surveillance video of local taverns and other establishments in Luxemburg, as they try to piece together Vandermause's last hours.
More information about this investigation could be available Monday.
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