Michigan man found in Montana mountains identified
SWEET GRASS COUNTY, Montana (WPBN/WGTU) -- The body of a Michigan man found in the Montana mountains has been identified.
According to Sheriff Dan Tornrud of the Sweet Grass County Sheriff's Office, the man has been identified as 39-year-old Brett A. Barron.
Investigators said Barron's body was found in a steep rocky chute in the Crazy Mountains on Wednesday.
Records show Barron was volunteering with the Rocky Mountain Goat alliance on a collaborative project with the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.
Autopsy reports show Barron died of blunt force trauma to the head and body.
Tornrud would like to thank all first responders for bringing closure and peace to all of Barron's family and friends.