Stacey Nicole English

January 25, 2012 by staff 

Stacey Nicole English, On Wed., Jan. 25, 2012 the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office called Stacey Nichole English’ father Tony at 7:15 a.m. to advise him the body found in Atlanta on Monday was that of his daughter who has been missing since Dec. 27.

The body was discovered by men who said they were searching for scrap metal. The men described a corpse that was decomposed and the medical examiner’s office required dental records in order to make the conclusive ID on Tuesday night, according to WXIA.

What remains to be discovered by the ME office, however, is the actual cause of death according to the ME personnel, and that will require toxicology tests. Toxicology test results

It can take weeks for toxicology test results to come in and give a final clear picture of what killed Stacey Nicole English. And her mother and stepfather, Cindy and Kevin Jamison, told WXIA on Tuesday evening that the hardest part in all of this for them is watching the speculation on television about their loved one.

“It really tugs at us a lot harder,” Cindy Jamison said.

What the public can know now that the autopsy is complete, as well as Stacey English’ family and friends, is that if a knife wound or gunshot wound had played a role, as well as strangulation or other methods of foul play besides poison or drugs, the autopsy and external body condition would have already provided that data.

Likewise, a heart attack or disease-related death would have been determined through an autopsy of the body. Cause of death, therefore, at this time can be assumed to fall into the category of either drug overdose (accidental or intentional–by Stacey or someone else), drug interraction and/or poison.

A break from reality, which was the behavior some attributed to Ms. English right before her disappearance, can be attributed to drugs, but the Buckhead woman’s family said in previous WXIA interviews that while English was on medication, it was not related to a mental condition.

Foul play or accident?

It could still turn out to be a case in which Stacey English met with foul play or died at her own hand. The Buckhead woman could have been given something to take–or took something herself knowingly and willingly (or unknowingly) that resulted in her strange behavior prior to going missing, as well as her death.

While toxicology tests are required now to confirm the cause of death for Stacey Nicole English, law enforcement will already have a good idea of what those results are going to turn out to be due to their investigation and the autopsy findings.

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