Police have confirmed that they received the toxicology report on Thursday regarding the investigation into the deaths of three Kansas City men who were found deceased outside a Northland home last month.
According to FOX4, the relatives of David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson have stated that they were informed about the police report. Kansas City police have also confirmed that they have been in touch with the family members.
According to a spokesperson from the Kansas City Police Department (KCPD), no further information regarding 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. These authorities are continuing to stay in touch with the families as the investigation progresses.
FOX4 is currently in the process of acquiring a copy of the toxicology report.
The toxicology report will reveal whether any substances, such as alcohol or drugs, were present in the systems of the three men at the time of their deaths.
According to sources, the report provides information about the presence of various substances in the systems of the men.
Harrington, McGeeney, and Johnson gathered at their friend Jordan Willis’s house to watch 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 stated that when he left, both the three victims and Willis were still awake.
According to Picerno, Willis only received messages from the men’s families through Facebook Messenger and did not receive any text messages or phone calls.
According to the attorney of the fifth friend, Andrew Talge, he disputes a portion of the account. He claims that his client actually sent a text to Willis on Tuesday after receiving messages from McGeeney’s fiancée and Johnson’s mother.
According to the attorney, the fifth friend never received a response. When FOX4 asked Picerno about this inconsistency, he chose not to provide a comment.
Willis has recently left the residence and, as reported by Fox News, has sought treatment in a rehabilitation facility to confront 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 had a meeting with the Platte County prosecutor.
The family’s attorney expressed that they believe that this matter is now being treated seriously, not just by the police but also by the prosecutors.
Caleb McGeeney, the cousin of Clayton McGeeney, emphasized the significance of taking action. He expressed his desire to witness the concrete steps being taken to address the situation.
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