Friends are in disbelief after CMU student Jon Justice died suddenly at his apartment complex this weekend.
We learned today the autopsy results for justice showed no signs of trauma.
Saturday night state police got a call from Deerfield Village Apartments from roommates who found Justice unconscious.
Those autopsy results police released earlier today rule out foul play in Jon’s death. Investigators still say alcohol and prescription drugs are a factor.
Meanwhile we spoke to Jon’s friends who say he was driven and preparing to go to law school.
"It’s just so hard because everyone just loved him so much," says friend Angelyn Kutchinski.
Michigan State Police responded to these apartments Saturday night. It’s where Justice went after completing his L-SATS earlier that day.
"He was planning on going to law school and he was just so ready, so ready and had everything all set up," says Kutchinski.
Friends who also live in Deerfield Village say he was a history buff and loveable.
"He was just so fun and had awesome stories and did the most quirky things. He was that guy you’d talk about to your friends," says friend Jonathan Morong.
The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at CMU says the death is a reminder that students need to look after one another. They’re offering counseling services for anyone who would like to take advantage.
"Our thoughts are with the family and friends, roommates, anyone else who knew him and associated with him. That’s our biggest concern trying to support those individuals," says Tony Voisin.
Meanwhile friends find some comfort in sharing stories about Jon’s smart and quirky personality.
MSP says the investigation is now pending as they wait for toxicology results, which could take four weeks.
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