The death of a Roff man in May is being ruled accidental and was not tied to a party where a mass overdose occurred that killed two individuals.
The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office ruled 29-year-old Jeffery Don Walls’ death as acute multiple drug toxicity. Autopsy results showed several prescription drugs were in his system at the time of death but not Bromo-DragonFLY, the drug consumed prior to the mass overdose.
Walls was found dead at his residence, and it was unclear if he was at a party east of Konawa where the drug Bromo-DragonFLY was distributed.
Cody Glen Weddle, 21, was at the party and was later charged with two counts of first-degree murder, distribution of a controlled substance and conspiracy to distribute a synthetic substance. He is suspected of buying the drug over the Internet and sending it to the party for distribution.
Walls reportedly knew Weddle.
The drug is being blamed for killing 22-year-old Anastasia Jewell, Ada, and 22-year-old Andrew S. Akerman, Konawa.
Weddle is currently awaiting trial. No trial date has been set.