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Update on soldier’s death

By The Mercury

Riley County police said an autopsy conducted on Frank Kincaid, 37, the Fort Riley soldier who died Jan. 19 after calling the police to report an attempted burglary, indicated that he died of natural causes as a result of internal organ failure.

As previously reported, Lt. Josh Kyle said Frank Kincaid, 37, 824 Ewing Rd., called the police at about 9:14 p.m. on Jan. 19, but said that when officers arrived, they did not find any signs of forced entry.

Kyle said officers entered the house to make contact with Kincaid and discovered that he was having “medical difficulties.”

Riley County EMS transported Kincaid to Mercy Regional Health Center where he later died. Kyle said the RCPD’s investigation into his death is now closed. said it is unsure why Kincaid reported an attempted burglary.

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