(Farmington/CBS Connecticut)  Farmington police say toxicology results are back in their investigation of the death of a Bristol man with ties to Aaron Hernandez who crashed his car into the Farmington Country Club in June.

33-year-old Thaddeus Singleton III was killed when his car went off the road at the intersection of Route 4 and Route 10 in the early morning hours of June 30. The car was found five feet off the ground inside the building. The crash cut  gas and water lines  when it slammed into the  building.

Singleton is married to Hernandez’s cousin, and the car involved was registered to Hernandez’s uncle. Hernandez,  a former New England Patriots tight end who grew up in Bristol,  is charged with murder in Massachusetts.

Police say the Office of The Chief Medical Examiner found cocaine and another cocaine-like substance, Oxycodone, PCP (“angel dust,”) a presciption painkiller and .03% alcohol in Singleton’s system.

A woman who was with him at the time of the crash, Tabitha Perry, was found dead in Southington a week ago.

Related stories:

Original accident

Singleton linked to Hernandez investigation

Death of another associate

Plea by Singleton’s wife, Hernandez cousin

Tabitha Perry death


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