Man found dead in east El Paso condo believed to have died of natural causes
POSTED: Friday, June 6, 2014 - 4:21pm
UPDATED: Friday, June 6, 2014 - 4:22pm
El Paso, TX (KTSM) — UPDATE:
El Paso Police have identified the man who was found dead inside his east El Paso Condo on May 27th as 90-year-old Paul Gregg.
Gregg was found inside his home in the Casa Del Sol Apartments located at 1644 Lomaland just before 10 p.m. Responding officers initially believed Gregg's death may have been suspicious and called out the Crimes Against Persons unit.
Detectives now believe that Gregg died from medical reasons and have not found any signs of foul play. EPPD Detectives requested that information be released to the public regarding Gregg's death in order to calm any fears of residents in the area.
Gregg was a well-known radio engineer in the El Paso region who built and maintained AM transmitters and antennas. Gregg was the president of Bauer Transmitters Inc. and moved to El Paso in 1992 from California. According to records, Gregg was still running the modest transmitter business out of his condo at the time of his death.
EARLIER: May 27, 2014
El Paso Police are investigating a possible homicide after police found a man dead in his apartment in East El Paso late Tuesday night.
Police were called out to the Casa Del Sol Apartments on Lomaland and Monte Sur around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday night to a report of an unknown problem. That's where EPPD located the body of a man who had no signs of life.
The circumstances surrounding the man's death are believed to be suspicious and the Crimes Against Persons unit was requested at the scene.
A spokesman with El Paso Police say they are treating the death as a homicide, but it is not necessarily a murder. EPPD has declined to give any additional information as to the man's identity, and say his cause of death is still under investigation.
Anyone with information about the man's death is asked to call police at (915) 832-4400 or to remain anonymous and possibly qualify for a cash reward you may contact Crime Stoppers of El Paso at (915) 566-8477.