RANDOLPH, Mass. (AP) The Norfolk District Attorney’s office says a preliminary autopsy report shows a Randolph teenager found shot outside his home died of a single gunshot wound to the head.
A spokesman for District Attorney Michael Morrissey said in a statement Friday afternoon there has been no determination whether 16-year-old Kyle Louzada’s death was suicide, homicide or an accident.
Spokeman David Traub also said police recovered a handgun Friday afternoon near the Oak Street home and will test it.
Police found Louzada just after 7 p.m. on Thursday after a neighbor reported hearing gun fire.
Morrissey said Thursday night that Randolph police have been called to the house several times but would not elaborate.
Louzada was a sophomore at Randolph High School.