Police Identify Homeless Man Found Dead in Livermore

Officials say 43-year-old Paul Amick's cause of death has not yet been determined.

Livermore Police have identified a transient found dead in Livermore as 43-year-old Paul Amick.

On Feb. 28, a citizen found Amick unresponsive in the 1000 block of Stanley Boulevard, according to Officer Traci Rebiejo. 

"The fire department responded and declared Amick dead at that location," Rebiejo said. "There were no signs of foul play. The case was turned over to the Alameda County Coroner's Office, who took custody of Amick."

Coroner's officials say an autopsy has been performed and the cause of Amick's death is pending the results of the toxicology tests.
Robert March 20, 2014 at 09:13 PM
I am always sitting at the Best Donuts in the NOB HILL parking lot-this is the first time I've heard of this....I knew Paul from him always stopping by.....he seemed like a good guy.
Not the Cat March 20, 2014 at 10:17 PM
This homeless man was a homeless for which he had no home. He didn't ask for much, except a few coins from you and me. He loved many tree and smiled with glee as he seen them breeze bye, bye bye tree and doggy's. Bye cruel world that never gave me a home...less that is what he was. less of a home with out his phone, stone-ed is what he may have been, thrown away without a bed, besides one friend, a loner cat named Fred, now he is dead and Fred is left to dread life without his friend. He will not get to see UCLA in the final four, nor will he be laying on the floor of a box just outside the door you and I walk bye.. Bye homeless Joe or John or Calvin we will think of you every time I hear loose change jingle in my pocket.... RIP FRED THE CAT!
Herb Russell March 22, 2014 at 07:34 PM
What on earth was THAT????
John Patricia April 03, 2014 at 01:56 PM
Paul suffered from depression and self-esteem issues his entire life. With that, he was only homeless approximately the last 5 years. Prior to that he always had a job, paid taxes, and put a roof over his own head. He wasn’t a rich man but was able to enjoy the basic richness of life. I also want to mention he had many offers over the years to take him in and assist him to getting bad to the life he previously had. Unfortunately he was not ready and or could not find strength. I am grateful he found a community of other persons on the street where they watched over one another. He for whatever reason could not let go of the alcohol that allowed him to mask his mental issues. So every time you pass a homeless person please say a prayer to God to give that person enough strength to remove them from the streets.


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