Summary:

First two paragraphs read:  "Marty Reagin was legally drunk, taking medication that shouldn't be mixed with alcohol and angry beyond reasoning when a Glynn County police officer, who believed other officers were in danger, shot Reagin to death."

"Those were the findings of a police internal investigation that police Chief Matt Doering made public Monday in a 23-page report."

Paragraph five reads:  "n Georgia, a person with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 can be charged with driving under the influence. He also had Lamotrigine, a prescription medicine used to treat bipolar disorder, and the antidepressant Pristiq in his system, the results showed."



http://jacksonville.com/news/georgia/2010-01-26/story/glynn_county_police_acted_properly_in_killing_marty_reagin_probe_says


Glynn County police acted properly in killing Marty Reagin, probe says

Killed man was drunk, angry