Missing Minnesota Student's Body Found Stuffed In Sleeping Bag


A Minnesota student reported missing this month was found deceased in a sleeping bag, and arrests were made in connection to his deaths.

According to the Carver County Sheriff's Office (via Bring Me The News), the body of 20-year-old student Alexander John-Louis Sarlis stuffed in a sleeping bag in an apartment 30 miles southwest of the Twin Cities.

Sarlis was a student at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, where he was last seen. Family members reported him missing on September 17.

Authorities say he'd obviously been deceased for several days and that Sarlis "died of a likely drug overdose."

Two men have been arrested for interference with a dead body in connection with Sarlis' death, and a woman was also arrested for stealing his property after he died.

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