Insane drugs discovered in toxicology report of deceased Chiefs fans

This week, there has been tragic news coming out of Kansas City.

FOX4 has verified that the police have obtained the toxicology report from the investigation into the tragic deaths of three Kansas City Chiefs fans. The fans had tragically frozen to death outside a rental home in the suburbs last month.

The family members of David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson have informed FOX4 that they have reported the incident to the police. The Kansas City police have confirmed that they have been in communication with the family regarding the matter.

The police have reportedly chosen to keep quiet about the current investigation into the suspicious death.

According to a spokesperson from the Kansas City Police Department (KCPD), no new 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.

According to local sources, there were “several substances” discovered in the men’s system that could have potentially caused their death. Various other reports have identified these substances as “cocaine and other substances.”

Investigators are currently in the process of determining the cause of death for the three men who were discovered frozen outside in 30-degree weather.

According to witnesses, the three men who showed up at the scene were seen carrying beer, suggesting that they had intentions of enjoying themselves and watching the game.

The investigation is still ongoing.

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