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Toxicology: Alcohol, Marijuana, Ritalin 'Significant Conditions' in UMD Student's Death

Ryan Juntti
Updated: October 01, 2019 10:33 PM

Toxicology results indicate that alcohol, marijuana, and Ritalin use were "significant conditions" in the death of UMD senior Jacob Lavoie, a spokesperson for the Midwest Medical Examiners Office says.

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Lavoie's body was pulled from the Minnesota Slip in early September. He had previously been reported missing after leaving Grandma's Sports Garden about a week prior to his body being found.

Drowning has also been determined as the cause of death for Lavoie, the spokesperson says.

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