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"It concludes our investigation," he said. "Basically, our investigation revealed the same conclusion, and now that we have the toxicology, it basically reinforces that."
"Mr. King was in a state of drug- and alcohol-induced delirium at the time of the terminal event and either fell or jumped into the swimming pool," Capt. DeAnda said. "Obviously, the effects of the drugs and alcohol combined precipitated some kind of [heartbeat difficulties], thus incapacitated Mr. King, and he was unable to save himself."