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October 15, 2013

State ME: No autopsy of man found dead

Ada — A spokesperson for the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office said there will be no autopsy for an Ada man found dead last week.

Hampton Lesley Rice, 48, was found Thursday in a grassy lot just behind some businesses in the 1100 block of Cradduck Road, according to Ada Police Captain Michael Lynch. A spokesperson for OSMEO said because there were no signs of trauma to Rice’s body, only toxicology tests were ordered. It could be four to six weeks before those results will be in.


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