The Prince William Police Department in Manassas, Virginia, are calling the rumors that DROWNING POOL frontman Dave Williams choked on his own vomit after a night of drinking "unlikely," according to the latest press reports.
When asked if they're leaning towards any particular cause of death, Sgt. Kim Chinn, the public information office supervisor for the Prince William Police Department, stated: "No. We're not leaning any way at all and we'll see what the report reveals, and hopefully we'll know something when we get the results of that back."
Meanwhile, DROWNING POOL guitarist C.J. Pierce has indicated there had been nothing unusual about the last night of Williams' life.
"People have been asking and I want everyone to know, that night was no different from any other — it was actually pretty tame," said Pierce.
As previously reported, the autopsy performed by the county medical officer on Williams proved to be inconclusive, and toxicology reports are currently being run. The singer was discovered by his bandmates dead on a tour bus parked outside a Holiday Inn in Manassas on Wednesday, August 14th at about 4:15 PM ET.
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