Georgia Southern student’s death in March ruled an accidental overdose

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released the cause of death for a Georgia Southern University who was found dead at Freedom’s Landing in March. GS student Bradley Frietas’, 22, death was ruled an accidental drug overdose said Nelly Miles, director of office of public affairs for the GBI. He was found to have acute heroin and fentanyl toxicity by GBI’s medical examiner.

Brendan Ward

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released the cause of death for a Georgia Southern University student who was found dead at Freedom’s Landing in March.

GS student Bradley Frietas’, 22, death was ruled an accidental drug overdose, Nelly Miles, director of office of public affairs for the GBI, said. He was found to have acute heroin and fentanyl toxicity by GBI’s medical examiner.

Frietas was initially found unresponsive in his Freedom’s Landing dorm by Georgia Southern University police in March.

GBI was called in to assist and Frietas was pronounced dead at the scene by a GBI coroner.

Matthew Enfinger contributed to this article.

Brendan Ward, The George-Anne Daily/Coverage Managing Editor, [email protected]