Authorities know a bit more about the death of an Atlantic man, and they’re saying it does not look like he was murdered. Preliminary autopsy results show no signs of homicide in the death of 64-year-old Mike Miller. Police Chief Roger Meary says the medical examiner will do more tests, but the death was likely accidental. Miller’s body was found by city workers in a ditch on the north edge of Atlantic early Wednesday morning. Investigation will remain open till final autopsy results come in, probably five or six weeks from now.
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