Police identify body found in Liberty Township
Police have released the name of an Austintown man whose body was found in Liberty Township just hours after his mother reported him as missing.
Liberty Police say that "at this point there's nothing that would indicate foul play" in the death of an Austintown man that was found in Liberty.
Police released the name of the man whose body was found in Liberty Township just hours after his mother reported him as missing.
The Trumbull County Coroner's Office originally told 21 News that an autopsy was scheduled for Monday on the body of 28-year-old Corey Davner but has been moved to Tuesday.
Davner's mother told police she went to a home on Mansell Drive Sunday where her son was supposed to be dog-sitting.
The mom told officers she was concerned because Davner's wallet and telephone were in his jeep in the home's driveway, but there was no sign of Davner. The wallet contained several hundred dollars and credit cards.
According to the mother, her son's friends hadn't heard from Davner. Police say Davner's employer hadn't heard from him since Thursday.
Just before 7 p.m. Sunday, Davner's body was discovered by a neighbor in a garden area next to the Mansell Drive home where he had been dog-sitting.
The police report does not have information on a possible cause of death.