Pub boss died from drugs and steroids

May 14, 2006 by  
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A Chesterfield inquest heard she called a friend, Paul Meeks, who forced entry to Mr Harrison’s home in High Street, Stonebroom on January 24 and found him in a downstairs toilet room.

Det Con Lynn Abdy said paramedics were called but Mr Harrison, 45, was dead. She added cocaine drugs and a hypodermic syringe were found during a search of the property.

Pathologist Dr Charles Muronda it seemed Mr Harrison had been taking anabolic steroids and his heart was twice the normal weight.

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