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New Albany police investigating homicide at apartment complex

Chief Todd Bailey said 44-year-old Adam Galloway was pronounced dead in his apartment at The Annex of New Albany.

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — New Albany police are investigating a homicide at an apartment complex where students who attend Indiana University Southeast live. 

Chief Todd Bailey said police received a call reported a disturbance at The Annex of New Albany at 5:15 p.m. When they arrived, officers found 44-year-old Adam Galloway inside his apartment. Galloway was pronounced dead by medical personnel at the scene.

"The New Albany Police Department assisted by investigators from the Indiana State Police are working hard to uncover the facts of this case," Bailey said. "We do not believe there are any threats to public safety but due to the ongoing nature of the investigation no details can be released."

The case is being investigated as a homicide. IUS said the complex is not directly affiliated with the school though it does provide off-campus housing for students.

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