Human remains found off I-4 in Daytona Beach area identified

No indications of foul play

DELTONA, Fla. – The human remains found off Interstate 4 in the Daytona Beach area on Oct. 18 have been identified, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office.

The sheriff’s office said the body, identified as Aaron Bennett, was found and reported by someone who was mowing grass off the interstate near mile marker 127.

Deputies said it appeared the body had been there for at least several days.

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There are no immediate indications of foul play, according to deputies.

Investigators said the cause of death has not been officially determined and they are still waiting on the results from the autopsy.

correction: initially reported the body identified by deputies was found in Deltona rather than the Daytona Beach area. We regret the error.

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