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Cause of death of Cole Brings Plenty, other documents sealed by Johnson County judge

Court documents related to the investigation into the death of actor Cole Brings Plenty were sealed by a Johnson County judge on Friday.

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office said in an email Tuesday that it would not release any further information about the case because of the court order, which came at the request of Brings Plenty’s family.

All reports, including cause of death related to the case, have been sealed, the Sheriff’s Office said in an email.

Brings Plenty, 27 – known for his TV role in the “Yellowstone” spinoff “1923” – was found dead in a wooded area in Johnson County on April 5. Officers found his body when they were called to check an unoccupied vehicle.

Brings Plenty was reported missing by his family after an alleged domestic violence incident on March 31 in Lawrence. Police said they responded early Sunday to reports of a female victim screaming for help at an apartment in Lawrence. Brings Plenty, who police later identified as a suspect, reportedly fled before they arrived.

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Traffic cameras showed Brings Plenty leaving Lawrence immediately after the incident and driving a 2005 Ford Explorer south on Highway US 59. Police asked for the public’s help in finding Brings Plenty, who was wanted on charges related to the incident .

Five days after his body was found, officers said no foul play was suspected in Brings Plenty’s death.

Cole Brings Plenty also appeared in “Into the Wild Frontier” and “The Tall Tales of Jim Bridger,” both Western TV shows, according to IMDb. He was a student at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence.

After Johnson County investigators said there was no foul play in Brings Plenty’s death, Lawrence police released a statement saying their agency did not have proper involvement with the local Native American Community.

“Meeting with Cole’s family members and members of our Native American community, I see clearly that we are not yet where we need to be in working with a community that is very important to Lawrence’s history and culture today,” said Police Chief Rich Rich. said Lockhart

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In a statement earlier this month, Joe Brings asked Plenty Sr. for privacy as the family processed their grief and figured out how to move forward.

“We would like to thank everyone for the prayers and positive thoughts you have sent for Cole,” said Joe Brings Plenty. “We would also like to thank everyone who came alongside us as we searched for my son and provided the resources we needed to expand our search areas.”

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