Death Report

October 10, 2012 by truthformorgan

Police report from the death of Morgan Ingram.

Death Report

Garfield County Case Report
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Case Number: 2011-00029169
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GCSO2279 – Hoover
62 CORRAL DR
2011-00029169
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Disposition Date: 02/12/2012
Disposition: Inactive
Occurred Thru: 12/02/2011 06:25
Occurred From: 12/01/2011 21:30
Incident Type: Unattended Death
Reported Date: 12/02/2011 06:25 Friday
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Narrative
Case #11-29169
12-2-2011
Deputy Hoover

On 12-2-2011 at approximately 0625 hours dispatch advised of an EMS assist at 62 Corral Drive, County of Garfield, State of Colorado.

While in route, dispatch advised that a 20 year female was non-responsive and that CPR was in progress. Dispatch then advised that the female party was cold to the touch, blue in the face, and her jaw was locked. At this point I was in route from the 105 mile mark east bound Interstate 70. Detective LeMoine copied the call as it came over the radio and advised that he was in route at approximately 0628 hours.

Carbondale Fire arrived on scene at approximately 0637 hours. Shortly after Carbondale Fire arrived on scene, they advised dispatch to notify the Coroner. The Coroner was notified at approximately 0642 hours.

At approximately 0647 hours Vicki Jones with the Victim’s Specialists was notified. At approximately 0648 hours Cpl. Whiting was notified.

Upon arrival at approximately 0655 hours, I contacted the R/P Toni Ingram,
(Mother) and ******, (Boyfriend) standing at the
doorway of the bedroom where the female party was located.

I contacted Steven Ingram, (father) sitting on the couch in the living room area. Steven advised that Toni went into Morgan’s room at approximately 0615 hours. Steven advised that Toni came running into their bedroom and advised him that Morgan wouldn’t wake up.

Steven advised that he went into Morgan’s bedroom and observed her on the bed. Steven advised that he tried to wake Morgan up and she was not responding. Steven advised that he took Morgan and laid her on the floor next to her bed and tried performing CPR.
Steven advised he tried to give Morgan mouth to mouth but her jaw was locked and she was very cold.

Toni advised that she and Morgan had gotten in an argument on 12-1-2011 because Morgan took their vehicle without permission. Toni advised that they were worried because Morgan wouldn’t answer her phone or reply to text messages.

Toni advised that Morgan finally arrived back the house at approximately 2130 hours on 12-1-2011. Toni advised that Morgan went in her room and was upset with Toni. Toni advised that Morgan didn’t appear to be under the influence of any drugs or alcohol. Toni advised that she knocked on Morgan’s door and Morgan told her to go away. Toni advised that Steven went in her room later and told her goodnight. Toni advised that Morgan told Steven “I
love you Daddy,” and Steven left the room.

Toni advised that at approximately 0615 hours on 12-2-2011 she tried to wake Morgan up and Morgan wouldn’t respond. Toni advised that she then went and got Steven.

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I advised Toni **** and Steven that a Victim’s Specialist would be arriving soon to assist them. After I contacted Steven and Toni

I secured the scene by blocking the driveway with my patrol vehicle and taping off the front entrance with crime scene tape. I went back inside where the female party was located.

The female party, later identified as Morgan Ingram, was located in her bedroom. The bedroom was located directly to the left as you enter the front door of the residence. In the bedroom I observed Morgan laying face up. I observed that Morgan was situated on the carpet next to her bed
on the right side of the room. I observed that Morgan’s head was facing north and her feet facing south. I observed that Morgan was wearing green corduroy pants and black and grey socks. I observed that Morgan had a blue towel covering the upper half of her body.

I observed that Morgan’s arms were bent at the elbows and that her body was in a state of rigor mortis. I didn’t observe any signs of trauma or bodily fluids. I observed that Morgan’s bedroom was disorganized and there were articles of clothing and other items covering the majority of the floor surrounding her bed. I secured the bedroom until Detective LeMoine arrived on scene.

Detective LeMoine arrived on scene at approximately 0707 hours.
Ryan Ingram, (Brother) arrived on scene at approximately 0712 hours.
Vicki Jones with Victim’s Specialist arrived on scene at approximately 0720 hours.

After Detective LeMoine arrived on scene Carbondale Fire advised that they pulled Morgan further down from her bed to have more space to work on her. Carbondale Fire advised that they observed two bottles of medication in Morgan’s bedroom. The medications were prescribed to Morgan. The first bottle was identified as Amitriptyline and the second bottle was identified as Propanolol. Amitriptyline is an anti-depressant and Propanolol is a beta blocker. Carbondale Fire advised that both prescriptions appeared to be full. Dectective LeMoine secured the bedroom while I introduced Vicki to the family. Vicki remained in the kitchen area with the family and I went back to the bedroom with Detective LeMoine.

At approximately 0732 hours Deputy Darren Alstatt and Deputy Hartman arrived on scene. Deputy Darren Alstatt and Deputy Hartman secured the entire residence excluding the south side with crime scene tape and set a secondary perimeter. At approximately 0750 hours Detective Cpl. Ashworth arrived on scene. At approximately 0803 hours the Deputy Coroner Thomas Walton arrived on scene.
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Narrative.
After Deputy Coroner Walton arrived on scene, the family members left the scene with Vicki and went to the neighbor’s house directly the south of their residence. As Steven was leaving the residence he handed me a prescription bottle full of medication. He advised that the medication was Morgan’s and that he keeps it and only gives it to her when she needs it. The medication was identified as Gabapentin, which is used to treat neurological problems.

After the family cleared the scene, Detective LeMoine and
Dectective Cpl. Ashworth took video footage and pictures of the scene.
At approximately 0835 hours Detective Glassmire arrived on scene with the family members to conduct interviews.

At approximately 0900 hours Detective Sgt. Brier arrived on scene.
The three Detectives and the Coroner began processing the room and Morgan’s body.

When the blue towel was removed from Morgan’s body, I observed that Morgan’s shirt and bra had been cut off by EMS and that the cardiac patches were still attached to her torso. I observed that Morgan’s hair was brown and didn’t observe any bodily fluids or trauma to Morgan’s upper body or face. Once the towel was removed Detective LeMoine and the Coroner took more pictures and video footage of Morgan.

After the processing was complete, I assisted the Coroner and Detective Cpl. Ashworth with moving Morgan’s body onto the gurney. Once Morgan was on the gurney Detective Glassmire advised that the family wanted to come in a say their goodbyes to Morgan. Some of the family member came inside to view Morgan’s body and say goodbye.

After the family cleared, the Coroner put Morgan in his vehicle and cleared the scene. Dectective LeMoine and Dectective Sgt. Brier processed the vehicle that Morgan was driving the night before the incident and I cleared the scene.
Evidence: None
Attachments: None
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Case Number: 2011-00029169. ORI: CO023000 0F.ile Name: Supplemental #1.
Supplemental #1
Megan Alstatt 224
11-29169
December 4, 2011

On December 4, 2011, I returned an Apple laptop and cords, a Nikon camera in a black back pack, and an I-phone to Toni Ingram per Detective Glassmire’s request.

I had Toni sign an affidavit of ownership for the items. I erroneously put the wrong date on the affidavit but notated it when I realized
I had done so. Further, I put the case number for the associated stalking case on the affidavit. It is
attached.
ATTACHMENT:
Affidavit of Ownership
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Case #11-29169
Supplemental report #2
Det. Sergeant D. Breier
12/05/11
On 12/02/11 at approx. 0656 hours, Det. LeMoine notified me by phone of an unattended death. The decedent was a 20 year old female. The female had also historically over the last several months been the subject/victim of a suspected stalking situation.

The location was 62 Corral Dr., Carbondale (Equestrian Estates).
Det. LeMoine, Det. Cpl. Ashworth, Det. Glassmire, shift assigned Patrol Deputies, and I responded to the scene.
Upon my arrival, the scene had been secured with a crime scene tape boundary.

A precautionary external canvas of the residence had been made and video recording and photography had been mostly completed.

The decedent had been located and was currently located in her bedroom of the
residence. The decedent had been found by her parents and an attempt had been made to resuscitate her. She had reportedly been found in her bed, and was located on the floor at the foot of her bed near the door upon my arrival.

The decedent was on her back and her chest was exposed from emergency medical intervention. She was wearing a shirt and jeans and socks on her feet. She was in full rigor with her arms slightly elevated above her body flexed at the elbows as observed from the position of her lying on her back. Lividity was present, and there was some blanching on her chest area and left arm as she had been reportedly found lying on her stomach. Her fists were clenched and her feet flexed down and inward giving the appearance that there might have been decorticate posturing at the time of death.

She exhibited a small amount of blood in her mouth. There was a very small red mark on the right side of her forehead; otherwise there was no apparent evidence of external trauma.

It appeared as though she had also slept in her clothes.
Her bedroom was in disarray, slovenly in fact. There were numerous items on the floor around the entire room. The adjoining bathroom to the bedroom was also the same. There were numerous personal items of self expression and mementos adorning the walls.

I noted that there was a smoking pipe on the night stand with what appeared to be burnt marijuana in the bowl. The decedent was reported to be a medical marijuana user. There were some prescription medications that were collected by the Deputy Coroner (Thomas
Walton).
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An ALS was used to examine the external surface of the decedent as she lay on her back.
There were some very minute and unexplainable areas on florescence visible with black light on her chest which could have been artifact from emergency medical intervention.

There was nothing from my experience which appeared to be deposited body fluids.

There was also nothing visible in her bed.

The decedent’s body was taken into custody by Deputy Coroner Walton. Prior to leaving the residence, Deputy Coroner Walton allowed family members and friends to pay there last respects at the scene.

The residence has an installed video surveillance systems recorded by a DVR. The video was reviewed which showed the decedent (identified as Morgan Ingram) returning home around 2100 hours. There was no further activity until the decedent’s mother moved the vehicle she had parked in the driveway so emergency responders could access the house.

A search was made of the vehicle and documented by Det. LeMoine. The decedent’s identification and a small aftermarket medicine vial containing a few apparently prescription pills were found in the vehicle, these items were held for relay to the Coroner.

There was a back pack that contained among other items, the identification of the decedent’s boyfriend (on scene and interviewed) and two containers of alcohol, one a bottle of vodka and the other a growler of beer. The vodka bottle was almost completely full, the growler had partial contents.

An autopsy was scheduled and performed later in the day. Results are pending.
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Supplemental #3
Case # 11-29169
Detective J. A. LeMoine
December 8, 2011

On December 2, 2011 at approximately 0625 hours I overheard an EMS call going to Deputy Hoover from dispatch for 62 Corral Drive in Carbondale, Garfield County, Colorado.

At this time I recognized this address from previous incidents and an open stalking / harassment case.
Dispatch then advised that a 20 year old female party was unresponsive and that CPR was in progress. Dispatch then advised that the female party was cold to the touch, blue in color and that her jaw was locked. I then advised dispatch that I copied the call as well and would be en route to that location.

While I was enroute to the above address I notified Detective Cpl Ashworth and Detective Sgt Breier of the incident by telephone. I also notified Detective Glassmire by telephone due to him knowing this family from the other open case. Also while I was enroute I heard that Carbondale Fire had arrived on scene. Shortly after Carbondale Fire arrived on scene they advised dispatch
to notify the Coroner.

Once I arrived at the above address at approximately 0707 hours I entered into the residence through the front door. I was advised by Deputy Hoover that the deceased female party (Morgan Ingram) was on her bedroom floor and that her bedroom was just inside the front door to the north.

Deputy Hoover advised that Morgan had gotten into a verbal altercation
with her parents when she had arrived home at approximately 2130 hours the night prior (December 1, 2011) due to Morgan not answering their text messages and due to Morgan taking their vehicle without their consent.

Deputy Hoover advised that Morgan did not appear to be intoxicated by drugs or alcohol at this time. Deputy Hoover advised that Morgan had
gone to her bedroom and closed the door after the verbal altercation. Deputy

Hoover advised that Morgan’s mother (Toni Ingram) had knocked on Morgan’s door, which Morgan had told her to go away. Deputy Hoover advised that shortly after this Morgan’s father (Steven Ingram) had gone to Morgan’s bedroom to tell her good night.

Deputy Hoover advised that Morgan appeared to be in good health at this time.
Deputy Hoover advised that at approximately 0615 hours on this morning (December 2, 2011)
Toni had gone into Morgan’s bedroom to attempt to wake Morgan. Deputy Hoover advised that when Toni was unable to wake Morgan, Toni advised Steven, which he pulled Morgan onto the floor next to her bed and attempted to perform CPR. Deputy Hoover advised that at this time Steve found that Morgan was blue in color, cold to the touch and that her jaw was locked.
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At this time I observed that Morgan’s bedroom was the northeastern most bedroom in the residence and was located next to the garage. I also observed that Morgan’s bedroom doorway faces to the south and to an open foyer area. This bedroom door was also in the open position.

I also observed that Morgan was on her bedroom floor almost to the open doorway of her bedroom and was lying on her back with her head to the north and feet to the south. I observed that Morgan was still wearing green in color corduroy pants and black and grey socks.

I also observed that Morgan had a blue in color towel was covering the upper portion of her body including her head. At this time I did not observe any signs of trauma to Morgan. I also observe that Morgan’s body appeared to be in a state of rigor mortis. I observed that Morgan’s arms were slightly elevated above her body and were bent at the elbows. I also observed that
livor mortis was also present.

During this time I observed that Morgan’s bedroom was disorganized with clothing and other items covering the majority of the floor. I observed that the adjoining bathroom to Morgan’s bedroom was in the same condition. I also observed that Morgan had multiple drawings, paintings, photographs and writings throughout her bedroom walls. I was later advised that
the disorganization was not normal for Morgan’s bedroom and that it has been a recent occurrence.

I was also advised that Morgan was taking three prescription medications that
consisted of Gabapentin, Amitriptyline and Propanolol. I was advised that Morgan had recently began taking three Gabapentin at each time of consumption, which I noted was beyond the recommended dosage on the bottle of one tablet three times a day when needed.
I later
learned that Gabapentin was originally intended as a prescription drug for epilepsy. At this time I awaited for the arrival of Cpl Ashworth before I began processing the scene. Once Cpl Ashworth arrived on scene I began taking video documentation of the exterior and interior of the residence as Cpl Ashworth took photographs of the scene.

I later assisted Cpl Ashworth with photographs of Morgan’s bedroom and of her deceased body. Once the Coroner arrived on scene the towel covering Morgan’s upper portion of her body was removed. Video and photographs of Morgan’s body were taken at this time. I did not observe any signs of trauma
on Morgan at this time.

I observed that Morgan’s shirt and bra were cut in the front and
cardiac patches remained on her torso from Carbondale Fire. Morgan was later removed from the bedroom by the Coroner.

Before Morgan was removed from the residence, the family was notified and allowed to have a moment with Morgan. Once Morgan was removed from the scene a search of Morgan’s bedroom was conducted.
During this I observed trace amounts of possible marijuana, which I learned that Morgan held a medical marijuana card. I also observed that Morgan had a diary located next to her bed along
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with a digital camera. These items were taken as evidence for further investigation into Morgan’s death.

Other items that were found in Morgan’s bedroom and that were taken as
evidence consisted of Morgan’s laptop computer and her cellular telephone.

I did not observe anything in Morgan’s bedroom or bathroom that gave an indication of Morgan’s death.

After searching Morgan’s bedroom I conducted a search of the vehicle that Morgan was driving the night prior (Land Rover LR3). During this search I took multiple photographs of the exterior and interior of the vehicle.

I was able to locate Morgan’s Colorado driver’s license and a small
metal container that contained what appeared to be prescription drugs. I also located a backpack that contained a bottle of Vodka that was almost full and a bottle of another alcoholic beverage from the Glenwood Springs Brew Pub that was almost empty. After the search of this vehicle I cleared from the scene.

On December 3, 2011 I conducted a review of the contents of Morgan’s cellular telephone. I reviewed all videos, photographs and text messages. I observed that Morgan advised her friends that she had the flu the week prior to her death. I did not observe any other evidence of Morgan’s death on her cellular telephone.

I also conducted a quick review of Morgan’s diary
which the last sentence into her diary was “I’ve completely lost my cool”. It is unknown when this entry was made as there were no dates in the diary. It is also unknown if this entry had anything to do with Morgan’s death.
*Evidence*
Item #1 – DVD – video of the scene, taken at 62 Corral Drive
Item #2 – DVD – photographs of the scene, taken at 62 Corral Drive
Item #3 – Brown and gold in color diary, located in Morgan’s bedroom at 62 Corral Drive
Item #4 – Cellular telephone, white in color 16GB Apple IPhone, located in Morgan’s bedroom
at 62 Corral Drive
Item #5 – Laptop computer, white in color Mac Book Pro, located in Morgan’s bedroom at 62
Corral Drive
Item #6 – Camera, black in color Nikon D80 digital camera with detachable lens, located in
Morgan’s bedroom at 62 Corral Drive
*Attachments*
NONE
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Supplement Report #4
2011- 29169
December 20, 2011
Robert Glassmire
Subject of Narrative:

Response to death investigation and subsequent interviews.
On December 2, 2011, at approximately 0700 hours I had learned from Sgt. Breier that Morgan Ingram had died. I had worked with Morgan and her parents, Steve and Toni Ingram, regarding a stalking case. This case is 11-20197.

I responded and met with Toni and Steve at the neighbor’s house, 52 Corral Dr
Carbondale, CO. I first met with Toni. Below is what Toni told me about the events that led up to her finding Morgan dead. Toni stated:
That in regards to the stalker, the night prior to finding Morgan was quiet.
That she woke up in the morning and made coffee.

That Morgan’s puppy, Wylah, needed let out so she went into Morgan’s bedroom
to get her. That Wylah made a mess so she cleaned it up and said something to Morgan.
That Morgan did not respond so she checked on her further and noted that
Morgan was curled up.
That she saw Morgan was stiff and cried for help.
That Steve came in and started to perform CPR on Morgan.
That Morgan was taking some prescription drugs but she often tried to avoid
taking any of them when she could.
That there is no substance abuse that she knows of.
That Morgan is very trusting of people.
That Morgan smokes medical marijuana.
That Morgan will sometimes drink wine before going to bed and that just recently
she has purchased a box of wine that she kept in her room.
That lately, Morgan has become more depressed and has not been participating in her normal interest like ballet and piano.
That Morgan has said before that she loves life and she loves her puppy.
That upon coming home the night before Morgan was angry and had called Toni a
“*****,” which is unusual for Morgan.
That Steve went in and talked to her for a little bit.
I then talked to Steve about what had happened. Steve stated:
That he and Toni went to dinner the night before and texted Morgan letting them
know she could join.
That she replied that she was with a friend and would be home later.
That two to three weeks ago, Morgan said life isn’t worth living but stated that
she couldn’t kill herself.
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That he talked to her and she seemed to be okay, not intoxicated, and not
despondent. That they had agreed she would not fulfill a babysitting responsibility that she was going to do over the weekend because of the stress.

That Morgan was being worked up for a condition called Acute Intermittent
Porpheria (AIP) and a doctor at the children’s hospital at the University of
California Los Angeles had treated that Morgan.

That Morgan met all of the conditions of AIP and was being treated for the
disease.

That overall in the last two weeks Morgan was more despondent and seemed to be going through the motions of life rather than enjoying life.

I then spoke with NF **** N is a good friend and
former intimate boyfriend of Morgan. **** had just returned to the United States from Australia two weeks prior.
Ntold me:
That lately Morgan had been complaining of chest pains in her heart.
That Morgan was under a lot of stress and physical pain.
That Morgan was using some of her prescribed medication for recreational use.
That Morgan was hanging out with a new group of friends and he knew her to
have used cocaine at least once in the past two weeks.
That he knew she had done cocaine more than once but didn’t think it was more
than a couple times.
That a mutual friend, ****, had seen her the night before she was found dead
and said that she did not seem intoxicated.
That he thought Morgan was with one of her friends, ****, but was not
sure.
I then spoke with CM identified himself as a
good friend of Morgan and said that lately he has spent a lot of time with Morgan.
C*** stated:
That the other day she was on the phone with C*** crying and would not tell
him why she was crying.
That he thought maybe it was because of a break up between her and N****.
That he did see her the night before she died but it was limited and she seemed
fine.
That he knew her to be seeing ****** as an intimate boyfriend but was
unsure where he was.
That he has known Morgan to try cocaine about twice in the past month and
believed it was her first time.
That Morgan typically did not drink much or use medication much.
That he would try and contact **** for me as **** does not maintain
a specific residential address or a cell phone.
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C**** called me several days later and told me that he did speak with D**** and had learned that D**** was going to move to Denver prior to Morgan dying. C**** said that D**** and Morgan went job searching on December 1, 2011 looking for a job in the Aspen area in hopes to keep D**** in the area. C**** told me that D**** had said that there was one promising job that he might get.

Overall, in my interviews with Steve, Toni, N****, and C**** there was limited
information that would assist the immediate death investigation scene.

The interviews were recorded and a copy of the interviews was placed onto a compact disc. The above interview narratives are only summaries of the interviews themselves. The interview recordings should be listened to for a full understanding of the interviews.

The case is pending additional supplemental reports in regards to the autopsy report.
*Attachments*
None
*Evidence*
Item #4 – consists of a compact disc containing four tracks of interviews. The audio recorder was maintained in my possession and custody from the recorded interviews to the time it was placed into evidence at the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office annex locker
15 on December 20, 2011.
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Supplement Report #5
2011-29169
January 2, 2012
Robert Glassmire
Subject of Narrative: Interview with decedent’s friend, D****R****.
On December 28, 2011 I spoke briefly with D**** R****. D**** was a
friend of Morgan Ingram and he had spent part of the day with Morgan the day before she was found dead in her room.

D**** said that he didn’t know too much about her stalker just what she had talked to everybody else about.

D**** stated that the day before Morgan passed she had come over to his aunt’s house at around 1400 hours.
D**** stated that following that she went with him to the Aspen area to pick up some job applications.

D**** said that they went to the AABC, Hotel Jerome, and a few other
businesses. D**** said that after that, they went back to his Aunt’s house to watch a movie and that Morgan left around 2030 hours.

D**** said that he believes Morgan went to C****’s house after leaving his house.
D**** said that the day before Morgan died, she seemed very happy and that he did not sense anything was wrong.

D****l said he had talked to Toni Ingram and she had said
that Morgan had been in a foul mood after she came home the night before she
discovered Morgan. I asked D**** if he knew what Morgan would have been upset about and he said he did not.

D****provided his grandmother’s address as a good mailing address and provided her phone number as a number to reach him on. The delay in talking with D**** was that he does not have reliable contact information so I had to rely on friends telling D**** to call
me.
His information is as follows:
****

The conversation was recorded using a digital audio recorder. The above narrative is a paraphrase of the interview and the interview should be listened to for a full understanding of the interview.
*Attachments*
None
*Evidence*11-29169
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Item 5 – Audio Recorded interview with D**** R****. Seized by me on December 28,
2011. The item remained on my sheriff’s office issued audio recorder until converted to compact disc on January 2, 2012. I then placed the disc into evidence locker 9 at the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office Annex on January 2, 2012.
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Supplement Report #6
2011-29169
February 12, 2012
Robert Glassmire
Subject of Narrative: Autopsy Report
On December 12, 2012, an autopsy of Morgan Ingram was completed. Dr. Kurtzman completed the autopsy.

Dr. Kurtzman found that the immediate cause of death was
marked pulmonary edema and acute intermittent porphyria.
It should be noted that the post mortem fluids did not reveal any significant findings that Dr. Kurtzman attributed to the death. Specifically there was no evidence of marijuana or
cocaine use.
Dr. Kurtzman listed the manner of death as natural.
*Attachments*
Post Mortem Examination Report (6)
*Evidence*
None
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Garfield County Case Report
Summary
Print Date/Time:
Login ID:
10/01/2012 13:17 Garfield County Sheriff’s Office
lhorsey ORI Number: CO0230000
Case Number: 2011-00029169
Page: 4 of 4
Case Number: 2011-00029169. ORI: CO023000 0F.ile Name: Supplemental #7.
Supplement Report #7
2011-29169
August 7, 2012
Robert Glassmire
Subject of Narrative: Revised postmortem examination report.
I have received a revised autopsy report for decedent, Morgan Ingram. The report amends the cause of death to Amitriptyline intoxication and the manner of death to suicide.
I have attached the autopsy report. The case remains inactive/closed.
*Attachments*
Revised post mortem examination report (13)
*Evidence*
None
Page: 18 of 19
Garfield County Case Report
Summary
Print Date/Time:
Login ID:
10/01/2012 13:17 Garfield County Sheriff’s Office
lhorsey ORI Number: CO0230000
Case Number: 2011-00029169
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Routing:
o DHS
o DA
o File
o DOR
o Other
o Victim’s Advocates
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