UPDATE: Victim's Name Released in Henderson Death Investigation

Published 03/02 2014 12:13PM

Updated 03/02 2014 04:11PM

UPDATE: Henderson Police have released the name of the victim at the center of a death investigation.

Henderson Police say Adam W. Hogan of Uniontown died Saturday night at the Double Dukes Saloon. He was pronounced dead at Methodist Hospital by the Henderson County Coroner. Earlier today, an autopsy was conducted by the medical examiner who did not give a definite ruling on Hogan's cause of death.

Henderson Police Public Information Officer Jennifer Richmond says more tests are being conducted and the results of the autopsy are still pending.

Officer Richmond asks that any witnesses to last night's incident should contact Henderson Police. She adds that anyone who may have cell phone video of the incident should contact Henderson Police as well.

We'll have more as the story develops.


PREVIOUSLY REPORTED: Detectives with the Henderson Police Department are investigating a death that happened at Double Dukes Saloon overnight.

The death happened when bar personnel removed a male patron from the bar area last night, according to Henderson Police Officer Jennifer Richmond. Richmond said detectives interviewed with witnesses and gathered evidence at the scene but no names or charges will be released until after the autopsy. The autopsy might happen today if the weather permits. The autopsy will take place at the State Medical Examiner's Office in Madisonville.

The victim's name has not been released but he is described as a white male in his 20s.

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