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UPDATE: LPD confirms body identity

LAWTON, Okla._ The Lawton Police Department confirmed Tuesday morning that the man found buried under a shed last week was 28-year-old Trevor Boyer. LPD Captain Craig Akard said in a media release that Boyer recently moved to Lawton from Florida and also spent time in Colorado. Akard says LPD had no history of contact with Boyer prior to his death.

ORIGINAL STORY

LAWTON, Okla._The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office believes they know who was buried under a shed based on tattoo comparisons.

Police arrested Sigfredo Sisco Thursday night after they found a man's body buried in a shed near Southwest 10th Street and Monroe Avenue. According to the police report, Sisco told police he got into a fight with Trevor Boyer, and Boyer had stabbed himself with a knife. Sisco told police he buried Boyer's body because he was scared.

According to Eddie Johnson, a spokesperson for the Medical Examiner's Office, the autopsy is not complete, but pathologists believe they have the body of Trevor Boyer. They also plan to do fingerprinting and could confirm the cause of death as soon as Tuesday.

No word yet on charges against Sisco. The investigation is ongoing.

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