Autopsy report released for NAU shooting victim

- The Coconino County Medical Examiner has released the autopsy report for a student who was killed during the deadly shooting on the campus of Northern Arizona University.

The reports shows that 20-year-old Colin Brough's blood-alcohol level was .285 percent, which is twice more than the legal limit. There were also traces of marijuana found in his system.

Police say Brough was shot and killed by freshman Steven Jones and that the gunfire stemmed from a fight between the students.

Jones claims that he felt threatened and fired his gun in self defense.

 

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