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Death of man found in Morris County park not considered suspicious

HARDING TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) -The death of a man found in the Jockey Hollow section of the Morristown National Historical Park Tuesday is not considered suspicious, according to Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll.

On April 19, at around 12:00 p.m., a visitor walking the green trail at Jockey Hollow discovered Mark Cozin, 73, of Bernardsville unresponsive and called 911, Carroll said.

Park Law Enforcement Rangers, Emergency Medical Responders, Harding Police, Morris County Sheriff’s Office CSI Unit, and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit responded to the scene.

“At this time, the incident is not considered suspicious,” Carroll said.

An investigation is being conducted by the National Parks Service, Morris County Sheriff’s Office CSI and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit.

Jay Edwards

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