Man's body found at Casper shooting range

2013-06-10T13:00:00Z 2013-06-10T19:12:07Z Man's body found at Casper shooting rangeBy Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
June 10, 2013 1:00 pm  • 

An autopsy was conducted on the body of a Colorado man found Sunday morning at the shooting range on Coal Mountain Road, according to Natrona County Coroner Connie Jacobson.

Jacobson said the body of Mark V. Fisher, 48, of Loveland, had a single gunshot wound to the chest. Natrona County Sheriff's Office Lt. Gus Holbrook said no foul play is suspected.

Jacobson expects the autopsy will determine whether the cause of death was an accident or suicide. Results won't be available in six to eight weeks.

Jacobson said Fisher had a Loveland address but at one point lived in Casper. She said his family in Colorado has been notified.

Fisher's body was discovered by other shooters in the area just before 8 a.m. He had been target shooting Sunday morning, Jacobson said.

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    yup - June 18, 2013 4:34 pm
    There is no shooting range on Coal Mountain Road. Just because it's a popular shooting area does not make it a "range".
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