Prosecutors get evidence in missing Missouri man’s case

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FULTON, Mo. - Prosecutors are reviewing evidence in the case of a 31-year-old developmentally disabled Missouri man whose body was found encased in concrete.

Fulton Police Chief Steve Myers says he believes prosecutors will decide what charges to file in the coming week.

Carl DeBrodie was reported missing April 17 from a home for the developmentally disabled in Fulton. His body was found April 24 encased in concrete in a container inside a storage area. Investigators determined he was missing from the Second Chance Homes for months.

Myers says an official cause of death hasn't been determined because an autopsy has been delayed by a backlog at the medical examiner's office.

Fulton, Callaway County, state agencies and The FBI are all involved in the investigation.

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