Investigators continue probing Henning death
HENNING, Minn. - A man who died from blunt trauma to the head Sunday was traveling in a car with three people before he was found on Minnesota Highway 210, according to police.
Henning police said they've identified and interviewed three people who were in a 2005 Chevy Impala.
Dajun Timothy Honer, 31, of Henning was travelling with the three people before he was found on the road within city limits.
Investigators conducted a forensic search of the vehicle after Honer's death, which is considered to be suspicious.
Honer was taken to Tri-County Hospital in Wadena, where he died.
The Ramsey County medical examiner's office determined Tuesday that the cause of death was trauma to the head.
The Minnesota State Patrol is conducting a reconstruction of the incident based on evidence.
Next week, the complete autopsy report from the medical examiner will be finished. Once the report is available, all investigative reports and interviews will be forwarded to Otter Tail County prosecutors to consider criminal charges.