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UPDATE: Dylan Parker's Autopsy Results

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Preliminary autopsy results on Dylan Parker did not reveal any sign of foul play. Preliminary autopsy results on Dylan Parker did not reveal any sign of foul play.
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The Shoshone County Sheriff's Office notified KHQ on Thursday that an autopsy was performed on 18-year-old Dylan Parker Wednesday.

The Sheriff's Office said preliminary results did not reveal any sign of foul play. Toxicology results will not be available for up to two weeks. The Sheriff's Office also said they will complete interview with additional people over the next few days and follow up on any leads they find.

If anyone has any new information about this case, please call Lt. Taylor Marlow at 208-556-1114. 
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