Results Of Toxicology Report Released For 3 KC Men Found Dead Outside Residence

Jamiesfeast – Police received the toxicology report on Thursday from the investigation into the deaths of three Kansas City men found outside a Northland home last month, FOX4 has confirmed.

The family members of David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson have informed FOX4 that they have been made aware that the police have received the report. Kansas City police have also confirmed that they have been in contact with the family.

According to a spokesperson from the Kansas City Police Department (KCPD), no further information about this case has been disclosed to the media, and there are currently no plans to do so. The investigation into this death is still ongoing.

The families of the deceased men have been in contact with both KCPD Detectives and the Platte County Prosecutor’s Office, and they are continuing to stay in touch as the investigation progresses.

FOX4 is currently in the process of obtaining a copy of the toxicology report.

The toxicology report will determine whether any substances, including alcohol and drugs, were present in the systems of the three men at the time of their deaths.

According to sources, the report reveals that the men had various substances in their systems, including cocaine and fentanyl.

The police have consistently stated that they do not suspect any foul play in the deaths and that their investigation is not focused on homicide.

Harrington, McGeeney, and Johnson gathered at their friend Jordan Willis’s house to catch the Kansas City Chiefs’ last regular season game on January 7th.

According to John Picerno, the attorney representing Willis, there was an additional person present at the home on Sunday night. This fifth friend confirmed that when they left, the three victims and Willis were still awake.

According to Picerno, Willis only received messages from the men’s families through Facebook Messenger and not through text messages or phone calls.

However, Andrew Talge, the attorney representing the fifth friend, contradicts some of these claims. He asserts that his client sent a text message to Willis on Tuesday after receiving messages from McGeeney’s fiancĂ©e and Johnson’s mother.

According to the attorney, the fifth friend did not receive a response. When asked about this inconsistency, Picerno chose not to provide a comment.

Willis has moved out of the home and, as reported by Fox News, is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation center to address his addiction issue.

Platte County Prosecuting Attorney Eric Zahnd mentioned that they are currently awaiting the completion of the investigation by the Kansas City police.

On Wednesday, the families of Harrington, McGeeney, and Johnson met with the Platte County prosecutor.

The Johnson family’s attorney expressed their satisfaction with the current handling of the case, stating that both the police and prosecutors are now taking it seriously.

Caleb McGeeney, the cousin of Clayton McGeeney, emphasized the utmost importance of witnessing concrete action being taken. He expressed a genuine desire to observe the steps and measures being implemented.

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