GAINESVILLE (CBSMiami/AP) — Authorities are looking into the death of the now defunct streaming music service Grooveshark co-founder, found in his Florida home.READ MORE: Suspected Shoplifter Shot By Police After Pulling Weapon At The Falls Shopping Center In SW Miami-Dade
Gainesville police report that 28-year-old Josh Greenberg appears to have died sometime Sunday.
Greenberg’s girlfriend had just returned from a trip to Orlando that evening when she reportedly found him deceased in bed. She said she had last seen him Saturday morning and spoke to him on the phone around 1:30 a.m. Sunday.READ MORE: CDC's New Mask Mandate Encourages People To Get COVID Vaccinations
Police say the cause of death wasn’t immediately apparent. Spokesman Ben Tobias says investigators have no evidence that Greenberg’s death was the result of foul play or suicide.
Greenberg was an undergraduate student at the University of Florida in 2006 when he and two classmates founded Grooveshark. The service shut down in April as part of a settlement with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group.MORE NEWS: 'There's More Aggression, More Confrontational Attitude': Miami Beach Police Chief On Increasing Safety, Security
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