The Dougherty District Attorney says for now no criminal charges will be filed in the July drowning death of a Lee County Middle School Assistant Principal.
The investigation into 33 year old Kimberly Robinson's death concludes that she was an accidental drowning victim.
But the toxicology report shows that she had illegal drugs and a very high level of alcohol in her system when she drowned, and could have had an effect in her death.
"She had all that in her system, she could not be coherent or alert. Her state of mind at the time, so she drowned," said Dougherty Co. Coroner Michael Fowler.
"At this point there are no criminal charges pending against anyone at this point. Certainly with any death there is no statute of limitations," said D. A. Greg Edwards.
Investigators say Robinson was found in the pool following a party at the home on River Pointe Drive, but no drugs were found at the home.
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