MANISTEE COUNTY, MI – Michigan State Police said a hunter died shortly after killing a doe in Manistee County.

An MNR conservation officer said Gregg Salisbury, 61, of Portage, was found dead near his friend’s home in Onekama Township at 10 p.m. Monday. He was reported missing around 8 p.m.

Michigan State Police, DNR agents and other rescue personnel began to search the area shortly after Salisbury went missing. Police say it appears he killed a doe and that while walking to retrieve the animal he died.

There is no indication of foul play at the scene, police said. Family and friends say Salisbury had a long history of medical issues, which are believed to be a factor in his death.

Michigan State Police were also assisted by the Onekama Fire Department and US Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City.


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