MCCOMB, Miss. (AP) - Pike County officials say an autopsy has eliminated foul play in the death of a woman found in a state park lake, but it has revealed no cause of death.
Chief Deputy Steve Rushing tells the Enterprise-Journal (http://bit.ly/SH5RV3 ) that a medical examiner found no signs of foul play such as gunshot or stab wounds, or blunt force trauma to Leslie Allen's body.
Allen's body was found Sept. 12 in Lake Tangipahoa at Percy Quin State Park in Pike County. She was reported missing Sept. 6.
Rushing says toxicology reports showed alcohol and marijuana in Allen's blood. He says it is still unclear how Allen got into the lake, but the last time she was seen she was running in the woods toward Percy Quin. .
Information from: Enterprise-Journal, http://www.enterprise-journal.com
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