The autopsy of a Reston woman who died shortly after being brought to the emergency room by two men could take months to complete, according to authorities.
The autopsy of Julia Crabbe, 21, is pending due to toxicology results that could take several months, the WTOP reported on Monday (Nov.25).
Crabbe was brought to the hospital by two men, one of whom was a Washington Redskins player Montae Nicholson. She arrived unconscious and unresponsive to the hospital on Nov. 14.
Crabbe’s family members said they were concerned Nicholson never called 911.
Here’s more from WTOP’s report:
Crabbe was brought to the Inova Emergency Room-Ashburn HealthPlex after 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 14, with what hospital personnel described as a drug overdose. She was unconscious and unresponsive.
Crabbe’s family has said one of the men who brought her to the hospital was Redskins safety Montae Nicholson.
Nicholson has not been charged with any crime, although a search warrant of his Ashburn home allegedly turned up pills, marijuana and foil with residue on it. It is unclear whom the drugs belonged to.
Sources said that was the only search warrant issued at this point.
In a separate incident, Nicholson was arrested last December for being involved in a street brawl, according to a report.
Local authorities are declining to releasing an autopsy report on 24-year-old man whose body was found near Hunters Woods Plaza in late June.
A spokesperson for the state’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said local police requested to withhold information about the cause and manner of death. Local police said the investigation was ongoing.
Jose Lorenzo Guillen Mejia of Reston was found around 1:45 a.m. on June 23 on a path between Hunters Woods Plaza and Breton Court.
A spokesperson for the Fairfax County Police Department said the department did not have any releasable details about the incident, which is being investigated as a “suspicious” death.
Mejia’s body was found after FCPD investigated reports of multiple gunshots.
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