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Toxicology Report Completed in Riley Strain Death Investigation

Officials with the Davidson County Medical Examiner’s Office will soon release findings after completing a toxicology report in the death of Springfield native and former Missouri student Riley Strain.

Strain was found dead in the Cumberland River on March 22 two weeks after he went missing on March 8.

He was in Nashville on a trip with friends when he was kicked out of Luke Bryan’s famous Luke’s 32 Bridge in downtown and began wandering the streets alone.

Officers maintain there is little to no evidence of foul play in connection with the case.

The medical examiner says the complete report, including toxicology and autopsy findings, will be released to the public at a later time.

The timetable for the information being released is unclear at this time.