Update: Autopsy shows no sign of trauma in suspicious death, awaiting toxicology

Update: Public Safety Director Keith Glass released the following statement with regard to the death of Jeffrey Kim Wilson after being dropped off at Clearview Regional Medical Center on Saturday.

“Wilson was released from Coffee County Correctional Facility on Monday April 17, 2017. On Thursday April 20, 2017 Wilson contacted a friend, Joshua Lynn Herndon of 2899 Carol Court, Loganville, Ga., Herndon traveled to Atlanta to pick Wilson up, they then returned to Herndon’s residence. On Friday April 21, 2017 Herndon stated he discovered Wilson in his bathroom with drug paraphernalia and that Wilson appeared to be having a seizure. At approximately 1:30 a.m. Herndon drove Wilson to Clearview Medical Center alerting medical staff, calling them out to his vehicle were Wilson was removed from the vehicle and taken into the emergency room. Herndon then left the hospital without giving the medical staff any personal information or information regarding Wilson’s condition. Wilson was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at Clearview. On Tuesday April 25, 2017 an autopsy was conducted by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations Medical Examiner’s Office, there was no blunt force trauma, knife or gunshot wounds observed during the examination. The toxicology report from the Medical Examiner’s Office is pending and the official cause of death has not been determined. At this time we cannot rule out that Wilson’s death may in some way be related to the recent drug overdose cases in Forsyth County, the circumstances appear similar. We are working and coordinating with several other Agencies as this death investigation remains active and ongoing.” 

Update: Monroe Public Safety Director Keith Glass said the autopsy for Jeffrey Kim Wilson, the 28-year-old Cumming man who was dropped off at Clearview Regional Medical Center on Saturday, is scheduled for today. He said it is possible that the man’s death could be link to deaths over the weekend in Forsyth County due to overdose. According to a post on the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, one person died and two others were hospitalized on Saturday after overdosing on what it was believe could be a bad dose of heroin.http://Update: MPD say they can’t rule out suspicious death link to overdose deaths in Forsythe County

“At this time we cannot rule out that Wilson’s death and the recent deaths in Forsyth County are not in some way related. We will be working with several other agencies to answer the many questions surrounding Wilson’s death,”

Update: Monroe Police Department report they have made contact with the people who dropped Wilson off at the hospital on Saturday.

Initial Story

If you have any information about the death of Jeffery Kim Wilson, 28, of Cumming, or the two people who dropped him off Saturday at Clearview Regional Medical Center, they would like to hear from you.

According to Monroe Public Safety Director Keith Glass, at about 2:14 police responded to the hospital after Wilson was dropped off at the hospital, unresponsive. He had been dropped off at about 1:30 p.m. by a white man driving a 90s model red Ford F-150. He was accompanied by a female passenger. He was later pronounced dead. The couple who dropped him off left the scene as soon as he was removed from the truck by medical staff.

Wilson’s body was released to the Walton County Coroner’s Office and his death is currently being investigated and an autopsy is pending. City of Monroe Police Detectives need to talk with the male and female who brought Wilson to the hospital. If have you have any information related to this incident or if you know the identity or the location of either of the subjects in question you are asked contact Lt. Det. J. Mura at jmura@monroega.govor 678-628-6783.

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