After a deadly weekend at MI's Faster Horses music festival, police looking to the public for help with investigation
By Ashanti Lee Seabron
(LENAWEE COUNTY, Mich.) Following the death of three men in a travel trailer and one woman, whose cause of death is unknown, over the weekend at the Faster Horses Music Festival, police are looking to the public for help with their investigation, The Detroit News reports.
On Monday, the Faster Horses Festival, which took place at the Michigan International Speedway, put out a statement on Twitter expressing grief for the deaths that occurred over the weekend.
According to the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office, the men died on Saturday afternoon as a result of being exposed to carbon monoxide in their trailer. Two other men located in the trailer were hospitalized in critical condition with carbon monoxide poisoning.
The woman, however, 30-year-old Melissa Donna Havens, died in a separate and unknown incident.
After her body was discovered on Saturday at 7:30 a.m., Michigan State Police have been trying to identify a man who was with the woman within 24 hours of her body being discovered.
According to MSP, Havens will undergo an autopsy and toxicology exam.
The man is described as being in his 30s with short black hair, a short beard and wearing a gray hoodie.
Anyone with information about the man or Havens's death is asked to call Detective Sgt. Daniel Drewyor of the state police at (734) 819-8192.