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South Dakota man found dead near Hankinson

HANKINSON, N.D.-A 36-year-old man from South Dakota was pronounced dead shortly after his unresponsive body was found on the ground Thursday, April 6, near the Dakota Magic Homes apartments south of Hankinson, near the South Dakota border, accord...

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HANKINSON, N.D.-A 36-year-old man from South Dakota was pronounced dead shortly after his unresponsive body was found on the ground Thursday, April 6, near the Dakota Magic Homes apartments south of Hankinson, near the South Dakota border, according to a report released by the Richland County Sheriff's Office.

The man, who was identified as Jesse Philip Blue of Fort Thompson, S.D., was transported to a hospital in Sisseton, S.D., where he was pronounced dead, according to the sheriff's office report.

An autopsy was conducted at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks and a preliminary report showed no indication of foul play, the report said.

The Richland County Sheriff's Office and the Sisseton Wahpeton Tribal Police are continuing to investigate the death.

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