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Shooting in Dexter park ruled a suicide
DEXTER, Mo. -- Police confirmed Wednesday that the death of Alan Hanner of Bloomfield, Mo., has been ruled as a suicide.
Assistant police chief Charles Sanders said there was no reason to believe anyone else was involved in the shooting death of the 44-year-old Hanner, whose body was found in a pickup truck parked at Dexter's West City Park on Dec. 28.
Deputy Coroner Kenny Pope was called to the scene and pronounced Hanner dead.