Toxicology reports show Robert "Eddie" Snead had both alcohol and cocaine in his system when he died. That came out during the third day of testimony in the first-degree murder trial of Wanda Turner.
An expert says Snead took abusive levels of cocaine and had a blood alcohol content of .13. Both the defense and prosecution questioned how that could affect behavior.
Turner is accused of killing Snead at his home on Fairway Avenue after a fight in March 2012.
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