DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The death of an University of Dayton student is raising a lot of questions.
Family and friends of Larry Cross protested on campus Tuesday.
Cross fell from a dormitory window in early April. The Montgomery County Coroner ruled his death a suicide.
His family are not so sure. They claim the university refused to investigate, saying Cross jumped to his death.
They want Dayton police to investigate.
Dayton Assistant Police Chief Robert Chabali says homicide crews were at the scene and did a complete death investigation.
He says there was no indication of foul play and stands by the coroner's suicide ruling.
Cross's family and attorney disagree, even flying in an independent pathologist to do an autopsy.
"His conclusive findings were that the injuries Larry sustained from that fall were not consistent with those of a suicide where someone jumped off a building," said Christopher Chestnut, Cross family attorney.
The attorney also hinted that hazing may be involved.
The university issued the following statement to 2 NEWS:
"There's no evidence of hazing or foul play. Larry was not a member of a fraternity nor was he engaged in a membership intake process to join a fraternity."
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