A Paducah man was found dead outside of the Princeton Walmart, Princeton police reported Tuesday.
Police identified the man as James H. Eizenga, 37. His last listed address was on Bechtold Road.
Princeton police responded at 6:57 a.m. when a Walmart employee reported finding a body in the tree line on the east side of the store. According to the police report, evidence at the scene did not indicate foul play.
McCracken District Court records show Eizenga to have had 49 court appearances since 2003, including several charges of shoplifting and theft by unlawful taking of items valued at less than $500. Most recently, he was charged on April 25 with third-degree criminal trespassing and theft by unlawful taking of less than $500.
He was scheduled to be arraigned on May 8 but failed to appear, and the court issued a bench warrant for his appearance.
Trespassing charges may relate to previous shoplifting charges when the court ordered Eizenga to stay out of McCracken County Walmart stores as part of his probation agreement, and he allegedly violated that order.