Death of Mario Gonzalez Arenales, a 26-year-old man whose fatal meeting with Alameda police in April became a flashpoint in a national debate, results from “toxic effects of methamphetamine”, combined with “stress physiological “contention. by officers and other underlying conditions, according to the Alameda County coroner.
In an autopsy report released Friday, Chief Medical Examiner Vivian Snyder called Gonzalez’s death a homicide, while citing other factors including methamphetamine abuse, alcoholism and morbid obesity.
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