Franklin County Sheriff: Carbon Monoxide Suspected In Man's Death

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/17/2012 9:58 pm
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is hoping autopsy results will help confirm if a man died from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Sheriff Pat Melton says 41-year-old Kenneth Witten died in a building behind a trailer near the Henry County line.

Melton says there was a propane heater in that building.
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