Nathan Wylie died of an “anoxic brain injury” due to suspected drug intoxication and the cause was accidental, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.
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The 13-year-old died April 1 of a suspected opioid overdose a few days earlier after his father’s co-worker told police the boy got into Robert Wylie’s drugs.
Wylie’s death certificate also said the toxic substance was not identified. No one has been charged in Nathan’s death, but prosecutors have said they were waiting to review toxicology results.
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