Preliminary autopsy results for Noah Chamberlin revealed

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Noah Chamberlin

JACKSON, Tenn. — The preliminary autopsy results for Noah Chamberlin were released Monday, according to WREG in Memphis.

According to the information released by the district attorney handling the case, Noah died of hypothermia and no signs of foul play were found. The full autopsy results will take eight to 16 weeks, according to the medical examiner’s office.

The district attorney also addressed comments circulating on social media about the case. He said there were claims made that said Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver was close friends with the Chamberlin family, but he said that is not true.

In addition to those claims, a petition circulating on social media is calling for the disappearance and death to be investigated by “someone other than the Chester County Sheriff’s Department.”

The TBI, FBI, Madison County Sheriff’s Department, and Chester County officials were involved in the investigation from the beginning. Edwin Grant, a consultant with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, was also on the scene and said it was one of the best and most organized ground searches he had been involved in, WREG reported.

Noah’s funeral will be held Wednesday.

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