Updated: Dr. Andrew Bourne found dead
Updated Jan. 25, 1:55 p.m. The Mono County Sheriff’s Department released further details today regarding the death of Dr. Andrew Bourne. Bourne’s body was found on the Hot Creek Hatchery Road outside of the Town of Mammoth Lakes.
Dr. Bourne was found deceased by his spouse. There is no evidence to suspect foul play in the death; however, the final cause of death is still under investigation, according to the press release from the Sheriff’s Department.
On Tuesday, Jan. 24 at approximately 4 p.m. Mono County Sheriff’s Department dispatch received a call regarding a deceased male in the Mammoth Lakes area. The Mono County Sheriff’s Department confirmed this evening that the deceased was Dr. Andrew Bourne, 46, of Mammoth.
Dr. Bourne was found unresponsive in the Mammoth Lakes area, according to a press release from the Sheriff’s Department. Long Valley Fire Department, California Highway Patrol, Mono County Paramedics and Mono County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to the scene. When units arrived on scene, it was determined that Dr. Bourne was deceased. Cause of death is currently under investigation by the Mono County Sheriff’s Department. Foul play is not suspected in the cause of death. –MCSD/LAK
Dear Sheet, perhaps you could use a different photo of Dr. Bourne when reporting on his death. A photo that isn’t associated with the reporting of his recent legal issues.
I agree with Lisa…this man saved my daughter’s life…though his noble life took a bad turn, I will fondly and brokenheartedly remember him, and his dear family.
That picture is associated with his time as a doctor…stop being petty.