• Investigation Continues For Body Found at the Bottom of Arcadia Swimming Pool


    ARCADIA (CNS) – An investigation was underway today into the circumstances surrounding the death of a 35-year-old man whose body was found at the bottom of a swimming pool at a home in Arcadia.

    The victim was Greg Tser-Ming-Chen of Arcadia, according to an investigator with the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, who said a cause of death has not yet been determined.

    The body was discovered about 8 a.m. Thursday by a resident of the home in the 700 block of Camino Grove Avenue, said Arcadia police Sgt. Brian Ortiz. Chen did not live at the location, he said.

    The residents of the home did not know Chen, police said.

    The body was discovered after the residents found a dog in their yard that didn’t belong there, Arcadia police Sgt. Steve Fallavollita told ABC7. The dog was picked up by Chen’s family, the station reported.

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