College student from Pa. found frozen to death in Ohio

  • February 10, 2014

GRANVILLE, Ohio (AP) – An official at a central Ohio college says a student who was the subject of intensive search over the weekend apparently died from hypothermia after falling asleep outside.

Denison University student David Hallman III was last seen leaving a downtown Granville restaurant early Saturday. The 21-year-old Erie, Pa., native was found Saturday night outside a garage in a condo complex about a half mile away.

The Columbus Dispatch reports that Laurel Kennedy, vice president for student development, wrote in a memo to the university community that “it appears he had fallen asleep and then succumbed to hypothermia.” Police said alcohol may be a factor.

Hallman was a history major who was well known on the campus of about 2,100 students. He was a former member of the swimming team.


blog comments powered by Disqus

Penn State’s Sandusky settlements now total nearly $93M

4th person captured in shooting of Pennsylvania trooper

40,000 pounds of meat stolen

Where’s the beef? Trucker steals 40,000 pounds of meat

Pittsburgh man pleads guilty in heroin distribution ring

Deer here: Game commission to steer hunters to prime spots

Technology is changing the Millenial brain

County adopts ordinance to protect dogs from extreme weather

Mother thankful after ailing girl has multi-organ transplant

Art school molds young minds