Autopsy Report Released On Slain NY College Student
NEW YORK (AP) — An autopsy report shows that a New York college student shot and killed in his car by police was fatally struck by two bullets, one which passed through his heart and lungs.
An attorney for Danroy Henry’s family released the autopsy report Friday, along with toxicology results.
The toxicology report echoed what had been previously leaked to the news: That the 20-year-old Pace University from Easton, Mass. student’s blood alcohol level was 0.13, well above the legal driving limit of 0.08.
Attorney Michael Sussman said he disputed the results showing elevated blood alcohol levels.
A spokesman for the Westchester County district attorney’s office didn’t immediately respond to a phone message requesting comment Saturday night.
Henry was killed Oct. 17 outside a bar in the New York City suburb of Thornwood.
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