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Crow Autopsy Complete

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10/29:  According to Newton County Sheriff Ken Copeland says the autopsy was completed in Springfield today.  Coroner Mark Bridges ruled the death accidental due to ligature strangulation.  Copeland says the strap of the child's overalls somehow wrapped around the childs neck. 

10/28:  The Newton County Sheriff says it appears a child's death on Sunday was an accident. Sheriff Ken Copeland says the six year old boy found dead in his home was Isaiah Crow. Copeland said something was wrapped around the boys neck. Autopsy should comfirm if the death was accidental.

10/27:  Newton County Sheriff Ken Copeland says deputies are investigating the death of a 6-year-old boy.  Copeland says deputies found the boy dead on the floor somewhere in a home located on Juniper Lane, near the Newton County/McDonald County boundary.  An autopsy is scheduled tomorrow in Springfield, MO.  Copeland says he hopes to know more details of the case after autopsy results are released.
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