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Michael McLean's body was found on Oak Avenue on Jan. 20, 2006, by a city sanitation worker. Police said his injuries were so traumatic they at first thought he had been struck by a car...
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The victim's face was swollen, consistent with injuries suffered from a beating with an unknown weapon. The official cause of death was ruled as blunt force trauma to the head. He also suffered injuries to the neck and rib areas of the body. An autopsy indicated McLean had been drinking heavily, but it wasn’t sure how — if at all — that played into the incident...

As police investigated, this is what they know. McLean went to a friend’s house nearby. They were drinking. Through a window, McLean saw a group of girls and “he wanted to go try to talk to them,” said Capt. M. Scott Waters. “He was up and through the door” before the friend even realized he was gone. “That’s the last time he was seen,” Waters said...

That was around 10 p.m., which leaves much to the imagination until McLean’s body was discovered two hours later. One theory is that McLean followed the group of women to a home, where a man became upset with McLean’s presence. From the original investigation, police said, there was at least one other person at the home that night where the man was reported to be mad at McLean. That person hasn’t come forward as a witness.
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“We did have a Crime Stoppers tip,” said interim Police Chief Rodney Tucker. “Here’s why we think there’s somebody out there who knows something. According to the tip, the victim showed up at a person’s house with two males there and an argument happened because he’d been drinking heavily and was asked to leave. The person who called the tip in said a friend assaulted the victim, so that friend became a person of interest. But he was uncooperative at the interview.”