The Tulsa World is reporting that Terence Crutcher, the man shot and killed by Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby on September 16, 2016, had 96 nanograms per milliliter of phencyclidine, or PCP, in his bloodstream at the time he died.
Crutcher also tested positive for Tenocyclidine, a hallucinogenic drug considered more potent than PCP.
The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office on Tuesday released its final public report.
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A Tulsa Police homicide official had earlier advised the local media that PCP was located in Crutcher’s vehicle.
Drugs.com list PCP “to be one of the most dangerous drugs” that can “cause acute anxiety and a feeling of impending doom; in others, paranoia and violent hostility, and in some, it may produce a psychoses indistinguishable from schizophrenia.”
Shelby is charged with first-degree manslaughter in Crutcher’s death. She will appear in court Nov. 29 for a preliminary hearing.