BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Bowling Green police on Wednesday said the investigation into the events leading up to the death of BGSU student Stone Foltz is ongoing and interviews continue to be conducted.
A news release from the division said, "The Bowling Green Police Division continues to investigate the incident, which lead to the death of Stone Foltz. The Bowling Green Police Division’s Investigative Section continues to conduct interviews of individuals while collecting and processing evidence."
BGPD asks that anyone with information on the incident call Detective Scott Franck at 419-352-2571. Callers that wish to remain anonymous can call the Wood County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME (419-352-0077).
Foltz died Sunday, days after an alleged hazing incident that occurred at a Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) off-campus event on March 4. The fraternity has been placed on interim suspension as law enforcement and Bowling Green State University officials investigate the situation. Foltz spent days in the hospital before his family made the decision to donate his organs.
An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon with results expected Thursday.
WTOL 11 was told Wednesday that the university is not planning to comment any further on the investigation beyond what's already been released on their social media channels.