Maine State Police investigating death of Greenville man

Source: MGN Online

GREENVILLE, Maine (AP) - At approximately 7 p.m. last night law enforcement officers responded to a 911 call regarding a physical altercation between two people at a camp located in the Beaver Cove area in Greenville.

According to Maine State Police spokesman Stephen McCausland, it was determined that an adult male was in need of medical attention and EMS was contacted. Upon arriving EMS determined that the man was non responsive and began rendering first aid. George Bradford Woodbury III never regained consciousness.

The body was transported to the Medical Examiner’s office in Augusta where an autopsy will be conducted Monday morning.

It appears that the physical altercation occurred as a result of a disagreement or dispute involving rental property.

This is still an active investigation and members of the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit have been working on the case throughout the night. They also have members of their Evidence Response Team on scene.

State Police also were assisted in this investigation by the Greenville Police Department and Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Department.

No charges have been filed and no arrest has been made. There is no threat to the public. The Attorney General’s office will review the investigative details once the investigation has been completed to determine if charges will be filed. Names of individuals involved are not being released at this time.