UPDATE: Police in Ocean City, MD today said they see no foul play in the death of a 38-year-old Lyndhurst man who worked for a worldwide shipping company whose body was found in his hotel room before dawn yesterday.
An autopsy on Jorge Troca was conducted today — and although the results weren’t in, preliminary indications are that no foul play was involved, authorities said.
First responders took Troca to a local hospital after responding to the call of an unconscious and unresponsive man at the Princess Bayside Beach Hotel, police said. He was pronounced dead at 3:45 a.m., they said.
Originally from Newark, Troca was graduated from North Arlington High School and attended New Jersey City University.
He worked for APT Terminals, which is headquartered in The Netherlands and operates out of 67 countries with more than 20,000 employees and “interests in 71 port and terminal facilities and 165 Inland Services operations,” company literature says.
It “provides port management and terminal operations to over 60 liner shipping and port customers, and a wide range of local inland transportation and cargo services around the world performing a central role in global trade and logistics.”
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