An autopsy has ruled the death of a Sioux City man, who died during a traffic stop in Dakota County, Nebraska, was an accident.
Back on November 3rd, Nebraska State Patrol officers pulled over 35-year-old Matthew Ahlsten at the intersection of Highways 20 and 110, near South Sioux City, for failing to signal. During the stop, authorities say Ahlsten had a seizure, and died at the scene.
Dakota County attorney Kim Watson, who also serves as the county coroner, says Ahlsten died of methamphetamine toxicity.
A grand jury later found that there was no criminal conduct on the part of anyone that caused, or contributed to, Ahlsten's death.
Thursday, July 24 2014 2:45 PM EDT2014-07-24 18:45:46 GMT
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