The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office determined that a Cleburne man whose body was found two weeks ago in a pickup truck at a roadside park died as a result of a gunshot wound to the head and was a suicide.
The man's body was discovered in a white pickup truck parked at the back of the roadside park on U.S. Highway 67 just east of the Brazos River bridge.
The Glen Rose Reporter typically does not report the names of people who commit suicide.
Lt. Anders Dahl of the Somervell County Sheriff's Department investigated the death along with the Texas Rangers.
The man was middle-aged and Hispanic. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A small-caliber revolver was found in the truck, Dahl said.
The body was taken to the M.E.'s office to determine the time and cause of death.
Based on interviews with family members, the man "had some issues related to his family and his marriage," Sheriff Greg Doyle previously said.
No knows why the man was at the roadside park, he added.
A witness who was checking trash cans at the park discovered the body in the driver's seat of a white Ford F-250 truck and called authorities.
The truck was parked at the back of the park under tall oak trees. The truck's doors were closed, Dahl said.
Authorities said this was the second suicide at the roadside park.