A man, who police found dead in a home in Bangor, the day after St. Patrick's Day, has been identified.

According to Lt. Brent Beaulieu, of the Bangor Police Department's Criminal Division, officers responded to the home, located on Blue Hill East, a section of Capehart. Authorities arrived just before 3:30 PM on the afternoon of March 18, after someone placed a 911 call from the residence.

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"The caller reported a disturbance with a group of people involved in a physical altercation. Upon arrival, officers found one of the occupants, Justin Smith, 36 years old of Bangor, unresponsive. Initial officers began life-saving measures... Attempts to revive Mr. Smith were unsuccessful."

Beaulieu says an autopsy was conducted by the Office of Chief Medical Examiner on Sunday, March 20th, but a cause of death is still pending the results of further testing.

The incident remains under investigation, and as such, Beaulieu says no further details will be released at this time.

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