Dillon Fleming was found on Feb. 8, in an area described as a natural wash, west of Elm Street and south of Bonita Avenue, according to sheriff's officials and coroner's reports.
Cabazon Sheriff's Lt. Pete Ortiz tells Banning-Beaumont Patch that foul play is still not suspected in Fleming's death, and authorities are waiting for the results of a toxicology report to determine the official cause.
"[Foul play is] always a possibility, but we didn't see anything to indicate that [in this case]," he said.
According to the lieutenant, Fleming may have been in the area for some time before he was found.
"Per info from the autopsy, Mr. Fleming [may] have been in the area we located him for as long as two weeks," he told Patch.
Ortiz says the sheriff's department is still looking for information in this case, specifically from anyone who may have seen Fleming in his final days. Anyone with details can call the Cabazon Sheriff’s Station at 951-922-7100, or email CabazonStation@RiversideSheriff.org.