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Autopsy report released in officer involved shooting

LAWTON, Okla._The autopsy report for a Lawton man who was shot and killed by a police officer in March has finally been completed.

The report states that Daniel Martin's cause of death was multiple gun shot wounds. The incident started with a call about vandalism at a house in southwest Lawton. When police arrived, they couldn't get anyone to answer the door and they heard a gunshot inside. Police said when Martin finally opened the door, they saw he had a gun, and they opened fire, killing him.

The findings say Martin was shot nine times and was hit in the head, chest, and abdomen. The report said tests for alcohol showed up negative and that no other tests were performed.

The case now goes to the district attorney's office to determine if there was any wrongdoing on the part of the officers.

5/19/2014 Investigation continues in the officer involved shooting of Daniel Martin

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