REPORT: Aaron Douglas autospy report released

Methadone and Diazepam found in Alabama football player Aaron Douglas, according to medical examiner.

Several drugs were found in the body of Aaron Douglas, according to the autopsy report that was finally made public by a television report last night. WVLT, GoVolxXtra and al.com reported the story. WVLT obtained the autopsy report. Al.com attempted to get the report, but “Multiple requests for the report made by al.com newspapers since Douglas’ death have been denied.”

According to WVLT, “A medical examiner says he died from having multiple drugs in his body, including Methadone and Diazepam.”

In this report about the night of Alabama football player Aaron Douglas’ death, details are presented about the party the night before the Alabama Crimson Tide football player died. Also, the report details that the Alabama football player suffered from problems including drugs, alcohol and depression. According to the police, drugs and alcohol were used at the wild house party.

According to the official bio, “Douglas, 21, was a native of Maryville, Tenn., who transferred to Alabama from Western Arizona Community College in January, 2011, and practiced with the Crimson Tide during spring drills. Douglas began his collegiate career at the University of Tennessee, where he earned Freshman All-America honors in 2009. After that season, Douglas transferred to Western Arizona Community College and earned NJCAA All-America recognition in 2010. Douglas started 10 games at tackle and saw action in 13 contests as a redshirt freshman in 2009 at Tennessee after changing positions from tight end. He was named the SEC offensive lineman of the Week following the Vols win over Memphis in 2009 and earned Freshman All-SEC honors from league coaches.”

Alabama Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban said at the time of Douglas’ death, “It is a tragedy anytime you lose someone close to you and even more so when it is a member of your family. Aaron was a part of our family and always will be a part of our family at Alabama. He was an outstanding young man and we were excited about what he had accomplished as a player and a person in the short time he was with us.”