Police investigate death at local restaurant
Police are investigating what they are considering a “suspicious death” last weekend at a local restaurant.
An employee of Angus & Ale found James Thomas Gloyd, 31, on the bathroom floor of the restaurant shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 10.
The employee told police he was concerned with how long Gloyd had been in the restroom.
According to police, the employee called 911 and then found Gloyd on the bathroom stall floor.
Police said he was wheezing and gurgling with a very weak pulse, said authorities.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Sergeant Seth Place, Deputy First Class Scott Lemon and Morgan County Rescue personnel all attempted to revive Gloyd, police said. He was pronounced dead upon arriving at War Memorial Hospital.
The investigation is ongoing, led by Deputy First Class Luke Shambaugh and Lt. Tim Stapleton who are assigned to the case.
Police are awaiting the results of an autopsy and a toxicology report.