A homeless man was found dead Tuesday morning at a bus stop in downtown Cincinnati's Government Square.
Maslow's Army, a local group that aims to help those battling addiction, alcoholism, and mental illness, was told the man froze to death, according to a representative from the group. Maslow's Army was told the man was Ken Martin, a person that has received assistance from the group in the past.
"I guess he thought under that light at the bus stop that he would at least block the wind -- but you know, he succumbed to his death and it's just unacceptable," said Sam Landis, a co-founder of Maslow's Army. "I wonder how many people passed him. I wonder if anybody stopped to say, 'Hey, are you OK man?'"
Officers were called to the bus stop the morning after Christmas to find an unresponsive man.