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Police believe “several people” could be charged in Matthew Perry’s death

Police believe “several people” could be charged in Matthew Perry’s death
Police believe “several people” could be charged in Matthew Perry’s death

A police source told the People portal that the authorities’ investigation is “closer to its conclusion” and the police believes that “several people” should be charged.

The source added that the U.S. Attorney’s Office would make the final decision on whether to file charges.

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Matthew Perry in Friends.

Perry was found unconscious in a hot tub at his Los Angeles home on October 28 and pronounced dead at the scene. He was 54 years old. At the time, authorities said there were no signs of foul play.

What the autopsy said about Matthew Perry’s death

In December, an autopsy report revealed that Perry’s death was caused by ketamine and that drowning, coronary artery disease and buprenorphine (a medication used to treat opioid use disorder) were also contributing factors.

The autopsy report also noted that Perry had been receiving a ketamine infusion treatment at the time of his deathbut because ketamine has a short half-life, traces of the substance in his system could not have been from one of those treatment sessions.

Last month, Los Angeles Police Captain Scot Williams told EW that the investigation into Perry’s death was never closed, despite a report suggesting otherwise. “Based on the medical examiner’s findings, the Los Angeles Police Department, with the assistance of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the United States Postal Inspection Service, has continued its investigation into the circumstances of the death of the Mr. Perry,” Williams said in an email.

Source: Ambito

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