Body found in field identified: Robby Kohn


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Originally Posted Online: Dec. 09, 2012, 3:28 pm
Last Updated: Dec. 10, 2012, 7:12 am
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DAVENPORT — Police have identified the man found dead in a farm field entrance off of Utah Avenue just south of Telegraph Road early Saturday.

According to Davenport Police, the deceased is Robby Ray Kohn, 41, of Davenport. Police had previously reported that at 1:31 a.m. Saturday, a Scott County Deputy observed "something suspicious" in the farm field entrance. Upon investigating, the body of a Caucasian male, ages 35 to 45, was found lying on the ground. Because of the "visual trauma" and the "environmental circumstances, a full-fledged death investigation was initiated."

An autopsy is scheduled for Monday. Police are asking that anyone who traveled along Utah Avenue and saw anything suspicious Friday or into the early hours Saturday call the Davenport Police Department at(563) 326-7979.














 



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