Johns Creek police said an 18-year-old man found dead on a popular nature trail behind Taylor Middle School drowned.
On Jan. 1, people walking a dog looked down into the nearby creek and saw the body of Cody J. Bohnet face down.
Bohnet was fully clothed, had on a backpack and was carrying a wallet.
An autopsy by the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office showed no signs of trauma on the body, and determined Bohnet died by accidental drowning.
A physical inspection of the area revealed nothing unusual.
Toxicology analysis by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation found traces of THC, the high-inducing chemical in marijuana, but no other chemicals.
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