Police identify man who was found hanged

January 27, 1995

County police identified yesterday the body of the man who was found hanged on the back porch of the Bay Country Children's Learning Center Wednesday morning.

The body of Phillip Andrew Wysocki, 28, of the 100 block of Cardamon Drive in Gingerville Manor Estates, was discovered about 9 a.m. Wednesday by a teacher at the day care center in the 100 block of Admiral Cochrane Drive.

Mr. Wysocki's death is being listed as suspicious, police said. The exact cause of death will be determined by the state medical examiner, they said.

The teacher, Melissa Fullerton, was about to take a group of six or seven 3-year-olds to the school's playground when she noticed the body. She hurried the children back inside and called police.

?3 None of the children saw the body, police said.

Thief takes shirts from Parole Plaza store

Someone threw a cinder block through the window of the Woodward and Lothrop store in the Parole Plaza Shopping Center Wednesday morning and stole an undetermined number of expensive shirts, county police said.

Diane Frantom, 34, the manager of the store, told police the theft occurred between 7 a.m. and 8:20 a.m.

Once inside, the thief took men's shirts from a display, but nothing from any adjacent clothing racks, police said.

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