Police released the autopsy results for former Panama City Toyota dealership owner Rusty Hill Thursday.
Hill bought the car dealership in the late 1990's and turned it into one of the most successful Toyota franchises in the southeast.
His estranged wife found him dead in her pool in the Glades subdivision in July. And the medical examiner declared his death a drowning.
According to the autopsy report, Hill had alcohol and prescription drugs in his system when he died. When hill's estranged wife found him, there were empty champagne bottles around the pool area.
The autopsy report also says a head injury contributed to his death. The Medical Examiner said the injury is similar to someone diving into a pool and hitting his head on the bottom.
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