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."

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

Killed man was drunk, angry