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November 14, 2007

Lee County-  A criminal investigation is underway in the weekend death of 21 year old Jarrod Wills.

Wednesday, investigators released the incident report, which indicated Wills death may be drug related. The report indicates Wills may have been under the influence of a synthetic Narcotic at the time of his death.

While his autopsy has been completed, the GBI and District Attorney's office are not yet releasing the results, pending the toxicology.

The GBI and Lee County Sheriff's Office have taken statements from a number of friends who saw Wills Friday night and early Saturday morning.

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