The Office of Chief Medical Examiner on Sunday completed an autopsy on the body of a Troy man who was found dead in his home, but authorities did not release any information about the cause of his death.

Steven Hodgdon, 49, was found dead early Saturday at his home at 188 Rutland Road. Waldo County sheriff’s deputies were called to the home at 2:30 a.m., though police did not say who called them.

Hodgdon lived in the home with his teenage son, who is now staying with relatives, police said.

A Maine State Police trooper remained stationed outside Hodgdon’s house Sunday morning. Stephen McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety, said troopers “held the house” overnight and investigators were back at the scene Sunday afternoon. It is common for troopers to remain at the scene of a death under investigation, McCausland added.

He would not release further details about the case, but said that police talked to Hodgdon’s teenage son. He was not taken into custody.

Authorities said they expect more details to be released Monday.