CROWN POINT | Nearly one month after St. John and the Lake County coroner released information sought by the family of a Lake Central student found dead on school property, attorneys for the family say many unanswered questions remain.
HAMMOND | Attorneys for the town of St. John said in court Wednesday the town will release all investigatory records into last summer's sudden death of a Lake Central student to his family by Friday.
Last August, a 17-year-old Lake Central High School student, Levi Evans Jr., died suddenly on school property. There were no apparent signs of trauma or foul play. Yet there is still no closure for his family.
CROWN POINT | Levi Evans Sr. had just returned from Connecticut and was planning to spend some time with his son the day the boy died last summer.
HAMMOND | Lake Superior Court Judge William Davis took under advisement Wednesday a flurry of legal motions surrounding the sudden death last August of a Lake Central teen on school property.
CROWN POINT | The father of a Lake Central High School student found dead on school property is seeking a court hearing on whether St. John police and the Lake County coroner should be held in contempt for not providing additional information.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Coroner Merrilee Frey announced Friday she is reopening the case into the sudden death of a Lake Central High School student in August.
Levi C. Evans II played the tenor drums for the Lake Central High School marching band.
CROWN POINT | The father of a Lake Central student found dead on school property in August learned autopsy results Wednesday but also found toxicology results may be two weeks away.
CROWN POINT | Final results of an autopsy on a Lake Central student found dead last summer have been completed, but the coroner must meet with the boy's father before releasing any information.
CROWN POINT | What killed a Lake Central teen in August is still unclear, and with his divorced parents at odds, a Lake County magistrate issued a Solomon-like ruling Thursday.
ST. JOHN | Six weeks after the body of 17-year-old Levi Evans was found on Lake Central High School property, the cause of his death remains a mystery, and his family is at odds over its fate.
ST. JOHN | Those who knew and loved Levi C. Evans II on Thursday remembered the 17-year old Lake Central High School marching band drummer as a talented musician, a caring person with an infectious smile and a wonderful son who touched many lives.
Mourners gather Thursday night at Lake Central High School for a candlelight vigil for student Levi C. Evans II, who died Wednesday.
The drum line from Lake Central High School performs Thursday night before a candlelight vigil for Levi C. Evans II. Evans, who died Wednesday, was a member of the drum line and would have played the set on the end.
Levisa Evans, right, receives a hug from a friend Thursday night during a candlelight vigil for her brother, Levi C. Evans II, at Lake Central High School. Levi Evans died Wednesday.
Friends of Lake Central High School student Levi C. Evans II placed flowers and mementos near a fence behind the school Thursday night during a candlelight vigil. Evans was found dead near the school Wednesday.
Karen Evans, center, the mother of a Lake Central High School student who was found dead Wednesday, joins more than 200 students, friends and family Thursday for a candlelight vigil for her son at the school. It remains unclear why Levi C. Evans II, 17, died but foul play is not suspected, S…
More than 200 people gathered Thursday at Lake Central High School in St. John for a candlelight vigil in memory of Levi C. Evans II, who was found dead near the the school Wednesday evening.
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