Autopsy results inconclusive

Sarah Ryniker

On January 17, Georgia Southern University student Cory Wilson was pronounced dead, and close to two weeks later, autopsy reports have still not identified cause of death.

“We sent the results to the GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation) crime lab in Savannah, and right now the toxicology reports are still pending,” Jake Futch, Bulloch County Coroner, said.

Autopsy reports can take up to six months to process, but the average is three months, Futch said.

Wilson was a junior management major and an active member of Kappa Alpha Order.