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Man Found Dead in Sunnyside Home, Police Don’t Suspect Foul Play

41-32 40th St. where man was found dead (GMaps)

May 23, 2019 By Christian Murray

The police are investigating the death of a 42-year-old man who was found dead inside his Sunnyside house yesterday.

Police received a 911 call at 8 a.m. Wednesday that a man was unconscious and unresponsive at 41-32 40th St. The call came in from the victim’s friend who discovered him after not hearing from him in a while.

The NYPD and EMS responded and pronounced him dead at the scene.

Police said there were no visible signs of trauma and no forced entry. The NYPD does not suspect foul play.

The Medical Examiner is determining the cause of death. Identification of the victim is pending family notification. The investigation is on-going.

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Anonymous

He had a friend ,& hopefully others, who cared enough to look in on him. So sorry to read about this ; he was still young, 42. You never know what someone is dealing with…

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Resident

No foul play but there’s been a police officer stationed outside all day today (Friday)….

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K2

They don’t suspect foul play.

Suicide isn’t considered foul play nor would an overdoes.

They’res a good chance that the cops are posted there in hopes of making contact with the next of kin.

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Green Thumb

I was just speaking with a guy from that home on mon/tue. not sure if it’s him. We were discussing what he was going to plant in the front yard.

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SunnysideforSale

I bet some foreign developer will demolish the house and build a 10 story building with ‘affordable’ units

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