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Man Who Shot And Killed OSU Student Last Year Had A BAC Of 0.21

The toxicology report on Kyle Lafferty, Campbell’s live-in boyfriend, showed that he had a blood alcohol level of 0.21 and according to a University of Rochester Medical Center website per The Lantern, a person with that much alcohol in their system is considered “sloppy drunk,” and near the point of blackout.

Campbell, whose BAC was 0.22, was shot in her left cheek and left thigh. Her time of injury is unknown but she was pronounced dead at 3:16 a.m. Sept. 17.

Following her death, Lafferty took his own life. His time of injury was 2:33 a.m. but was also pronounced dead at 3:16 a.m. on Sept. 17.

Read more about this horrendous crime here and here.

 This story originally appeared on (614)Now, a parent publication of 1870 Magazine.

Regina Fox



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