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Sheriff: Man is found dead right outside of his home

BAXTER COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – A man was found dead Saturday morning in Baxter County after family lost contact with him for a couple of days.

According to Baxter County Sheriff John Montgomery, they found David Dean Farriery, 54, lying face down on the ground about a foot away from the steps of his home.

Farriery's dad told deputies he usually would have breakfast with his parents in the mornings. When he didn't show up the second morning they went to his home and called 911 after they found him dead.

In a news release to Region 8 News, Sheriff Montgomery explained since no one had contact with Farriery for a few days, they believed he might have been dead for a few days.

The body was sent to the state crime lab to determine the cause of death.

The Baxter County Sheriff Department continues to investigate the case.

 

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