This is a developing story and will be updated.
On Friday, Frisco police are investigating the body of North Texas radio host Russ Martin, who was found dead at home on Saturday and Saturday morning.
Police said that after a friend of Martin came to check on him, the police dispatched him to the 6300 block of Douglas Avenue near Lebanon Road and Dallas North Turnpike at 12:30 on Saturday morning.
Police said Martin was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of death has not yet been determined, but the police said they did not suspect foul play. Anyone requesting any information about this incident called the Frisco police at 972-292-601
Martin is the host of the Lars Martin show on “Eagle” KEGL-FM (97.1).
The radio station said in a written statement: “We announce the death of 97.1 The Eagle’s Russ Martin with a heavy determination.” “He will be deeply missed. In this difficult period, we express our deepest condolences to his family and friends. .”
The station’s regular program was interrupted on Saturday afternoon, giving Martin’s colleagues the opportunity to discuss the news and Martin’s life and career.
“Our friend is gone,” Dan O’Malley said. “We are still dealing with this issue.”
An emotional Clo Raborn who participated in the Martin show said that he has hardly slept since he learned that Martin has passed away.
“I hope we can say something to do better,” Rabone told the audience.
On Saturday’s impromptu show, Martin’s colleagues thanked the Grapevine Police Department for their help, helping them find and notify Martin’s mother. They also thanked the Frisco police for their assistance throughout the morning.
Martin’s colleagues said that the gas station plans to pay Martin due respect in the coming days. They ended the hour of programming by toasting Martin.
Martin’s co-host said that although Martin encountered some personal struggles, he still worked hard to do good in the community through his project foundation. After five police officers were killed in the 2016 shooting incident, Martin’s Lars Martin Martin Show Listener Foundation raised as much as $40,000 to donate to the families of the killed.
In a tweet, the Fort Worth Police Association prayed to Martin’s family and colleagues.
The association said in a tweet: “We will always remember his generosity and support to the fallen police and his family.”
O’Malley said Martin recently donated $40,000 to the widow. Dallas Police Mitchell Penton He was killed during a mission earlier this month.
“I want you to know.” O’Malley told the audience, this was the last scene before Martin’s death. “Despite everything, he managed to pick up the pen and sign the check.”
In September 2008, the Tarrant County grand jury charged Martin with a misdemeanor after arresting Martin two months ago on suspicion of beating his fiancé and brandishing a gun at his home in South Lake. The grand jury refused to arrest him on a more serious complaint.
When Martin arrived at Frisco’s home in 2015, three armed men wearing masks faced him and Martin was robbed at gunpoint.
They confiscated Martin, tied them to a chair, and seized him, while they confiscated valuables, including several guns. The police said they fled his 2010 Dodge Challenger.
Those involved in the robbery were sentenced to less than 12 to 62 years in prison.