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Autopsy report released for man shot to death by police

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla._The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office has ruled the officer-involved shooting death of a Lawton man as a homicide.

According to the autopsy report, 40-year-old Jason Day died from multiple gunshot wounds to the chest and left arm; a total of three gunshots. The report also said day had two metal probes in his chest, suggesting he had been hit with an electric shock weapon before his death.

The report also noted that some alcohol was detected in Day's system. However, it did not find any trace of drugs.

In October, Day was shot by police after he pointed a weapon at drivers along Southwest Lee Boulevard.

Day was a Lawton resident at the time of the shooting, but had previously lived in Texas, where he'd served time for several felony crimes.

The OSBI has handed over their findings to the District Attorney's Office, who now has the investigation.

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