City of Livingston releases more details on the death of Jalen Williams

Officials with the city of Livingston have released more details on the events that lead up to the discovery of 19-year-old Jalen Williams’ body off of U.S. Highway 89 earlier this month.

Williams’ body was discovered nude of off U.S. Highway 89 on Feb. 10. A news release from the city outlined a timeline of events based on accounts from witnesses on how the Evanston, Illinois, man could have ended up there.

Neither the Livingston Police Department nor the Park County Coroner responded to multiple requests for comment for this story.

Since the discovery of Williams’ body, the Livingston Police Department has actively investigated the case, according to the release.

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“At this point, Mr. Williams’ death appears to be an unattended incident and not that result of criminal behavior by others,” the release stated.

Witnesses told investigators that Williams’ had not slept during the 48 hours before his death, and was “exhibiting abnormal behavior” before leaving his home. Williams was believed to have left his home between 3:30 and 4:30 a.m. on Feb. 10.

By about 5 a.m., several neighbors around South M Street called 911 about a male yelling near the

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