BORDEN, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say a body found Wednesday on a southern Indiana horse farm has been identified as that of a Louisville, Ky., man who worked at the farm until recently.
Clark County Coroner Terry Conway says 43-year-old Clement D. Yelverton appears to have been dead three to five hours before his body was found along a private driveway on the farm.
He tells the News and Tribune that Yelverton's cause of death remains under investigation, but officials don't suspect foul play played a role in his death.
Conway says Yelverton had previously been an employee of the farm about 20 miles north of Louisville, but he was terminated more than a month ago when the farm changed ownership.
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