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Bath salts, other drugs ruled out in Mayfield woman's death

Bath salts, other drugs ruled out in Mayfield woman's death

A toxicology report has ruled out the synthetic drug known as bath salts and other illegal drugs as

A toxicology report has ruled out the synthetic drug known as bath salts and other illegal drugs as the cause of death of a local woman whose bruised and naked body was found June 4 along a dead-end road in the town.

The cause remains unconfirmed pending further tests of tissue samples of internal organs, said Fulton County District Attorney Louise Sira. Sira released the toxicology test results today on the body of Kathryn M. Jackson of 127 Delaney Road.

Sira said Alling's body did contain alcohol, but she would not release the blood alcohol content.

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