JOHNSON COUNTY-- A former Greenwood and Indianapolis Metro police officer was found dead on Sunday morning.
Greenwood Police located Zane Hennig deceased at Craig Park following a report of an unresponsive male in the parking lot.
Medics responded to the scene and performed life-saving measures but were unable to revive Hennig, records show.
On Oct. 19, Johnson County Coroner Mike Pruitt announced Hennig died of an asthma attack.
“Evidence suggests that Zane experienced a medical emergency on his way to an early morning deer hunt. Zane pulled into Craig Park to treat an Acute Asthma attack and treat himself with prescribed medications. Unfortunately, Zane succumbed to his medical emergency,” Pruitt said in a release.
Henning left behind a fiance and two young daughters, according to a friend of the officer.
"We are treating the case as a non-criminal natural death," said Assistant Chief Matt Fillenwarth in an email to WRTV.
Henning was hired by Greenwood Police on June 7, 2021 and resigned on August 10, 2023.
He was one of five Greenwood Police Officers who faced termination for allegedly violating department policy.
He had previously worked for Indianapolis Metro Police.