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Autopsy Report Released for Bradley Stone
Written by Larry Roeder, Editor
2014-12-24

Click here to read the entire District Attorney's press release, including all autopsy results

          The Montgomery County District Attorney's Officer released a statement Tuesday stating alleged killer Bradley Stone died from a drug overdose. 

            Stone, a 35-year-old Iraq War veteran who is accused of killing his ex-wife, Nicole Hill, and five of her family members Dec. 15, died after ingesting a combination of drugs.

            Bradley Stone's body was found in a wooded area in Upper Hanover Township, about 75-yards west of Pekiomen Ave. and West Fifth Street on December 16, 2014.

            According to the autopsy results, near his body police found two knives, a large handled machete and a double bladed black axe.  Both knives appeared to be coated in blood. Police also found two medicine bottles by the body. One contained a crushed up powder substance. They also located an energy drink container that had powder around the lip.

            An autopsy was conducted by Forensic Pathologist Dr. Isadore Mihalikas. Upon examination, Dr. Mihalikas found a seven centimeter deep stab wound to the upper thigh as well three superficial cut wounds, two to the leg and one to the hip area. There were also ten scratches to the decedent's face and neck. Following autopsy, including toxicology testing, the coroner determined that the cause of death was "Combined Drug Intoxication: Trazodone, Risperidone and mCPP" and that the manner of death was suicide.

            mCPP is identified as a recreational drug that is available in tablet form, which is consumed orally, or powder form, which is snorted or injected.  mCPP acts as a serotonin receptor agonist, which leads to antidepressant and anxiolytic properties, as well as hallucinogenic side effects.


 

 

 

 

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