Shiawassee County, MI (WNEM) — The man accused of killing Kevin Bacon was found unresponsive in his cell.

Michigan State Police confirmed that Mark Latunski was found unresponsive in his cell on Tuesday, Feb. 18.

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Troopers were dispatched to the Shiawassee County Jail at about 5:08 p.m.

MSP said Latunski was back in the jail by 9:45 that same night. He was lodged in jail in December of 2019.

Latunski is being charged with the death of Kevin Bacon.

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Bacon went missing in December of 2019 after attempting to meet up with someone he met on a dating app.

Latunski was ordered to undergo a forensic evaluation after appearing via camera in court on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

Officials said Latunski was taken to a local hospital after they used smelling salt to assist him with waking up. At the hospital Latunski was guarded by a deputy until he was taken back to the jail.

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