Friends Remember Man Killed at Own Bachelor Party

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A groom to be died at his own bachelor party on Sunday morning. Now, friends and family are saddened by the fact that the man is gone and won't be around for two big celebrations this month.

Jacob Jarozewski went to a Northland home to celebrate his bachelor party. Hours later, he was found dead on the living room floor. Those who knew him say they can't believe it.

Family friends say Jarozewski was supposed to celebrate his 26th birthday on March 12 and get married on March 24.

Jarozewski and his fiance started dating as students at Liberty High School.

"They've been together forever, they're so great together," said Kellie Bean, friend. "I just never thought anything like this could happen to her or him."

Now, the celebrations won't take place. Jarozewski died after getting into a fight with another man. Police took that man into custody, questioned and released him.

Jarozewski worked at Nick and Jake's in Parkville. He was a waiter for the last two years. Friends and co-workers say they're stunned and they're trying to deal with his sudden death.

"This restaurant's tight," said Bill Oliver. "It's been rough. I had a little meeting with the staff. I felt like I lost a son, they lost a brother."

He was also a student at ITT Tech in Parkville and served in the Navy.

Police say the cause of death is still under investigation. Jake's father says they're waiting for autopsy and toxicology results to tell them how their son died.

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