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Three Arrested For Open Murder In Death of MSU Student

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EAST LANSING, Mich. (Feb. 23, 2014) — The Bath Charter Township Police Department say they’ve arrested three suspects on open murder charges in the death of MSU sophomore Dustyn Frolka, 19.

Frolka’s body was found Feb. 15 at 10:23 p.m. on I-69 at the East Lansing exit.

Investigators said someone called 911 after seeing a person lying in the roadway.  When emergency crews arrived, the teen was found partially clothed.

“The subject was in respiratory distress and prior to the law enforcement arriving on scene, first aid was started by a passing motorist who happened to be a nurse,” stated a news release from Bath Charter Township Police. Frolka was transported to Sparrow Hospital in Lansing where he was pronounced dead.

Acting on a search warrant police were led to an apartment in Saline, where they found several people as well as drugs.  Police say that after questioning they took one person into custody.

A second warrant led to the arrest of two more people in Saline, where a vehicle was also seized.

The suspects are two adults and one juvenile.  They’re currently in the Clinton County Jail held on no bond and are expected to go before a judge Feb. 24.

Anyone with additional information about this incident is asked to call the Bath Township Police Department at (517) 641-6271.

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