Maine State Police are investigating the death of a Parkman man who was found at his home Tuesday night.

A second man found in the house, who has not been identified, is being treated at a Bangor hospital for serious injuries, according to a news release from Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety.

David Grant, 61, was found dead at 114 Packard Road in Parkman, which is near the Dexter town line. His body was taken overnight to the State Medical Examiner’s Office in Augusta, where an autopsy was conducted Wednesday.

The injured man’s name and the extent of his injuries were not released by authorities. McCausland said the man is being treated in the intensive care unit at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

McCausland said later in the day Wednesday that autopsy results had not been released. He would not say what prompted Grant’s death and the unidentified man’s injuries.

“We’re not getting into any details at this point,” McCausland said. “Our goal is to determine the circumstances under which this man died, and that is taking place in a variety of ways, including gathering evidence from the home, interviews and consulting with both the Medical Examiner’s Office and monitoring the injured man’s condition.”

McCausland said he did not anticipate any more information being released Wednesday.

Doug Harlow — 612-2367

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Twitter: @Doug_Harlow


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