Monday, December 17, 2012

DA: NFL Coach's Son Possessed 19 Vials of Anabolic Steroids

At a news conference this afternoon, Northampton County DA John Morganelli announced that he has closed the investigation into the death of Garett Reid, son of Philadelphia Eagles' head coach Andy Reid.  Garett, age 29, died of a heroin overdose at Lehigh University's campus on August 5, but inestigators were curious about 19 unmarked vials found in his possession. Thiose vials contained anabolic steroids, according to Morganelli. He stated there was no evidence that Reid was distributing them to Eagles players.

Police alkso investigated calls and texts to and from Reid's cell phone. There was no evidence of any calls placed to or from drug dealers. The one Lehigh Valley contact made by Reid was with a female acquaintance, who had no involvement in any drug activity.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pretty much explains why the Eagles season is the way it is...

molovinsky don't like coons. said...

Eagles suck

Bernie O'Hare said...

Now gee, I wonder who posted that bigoted comment. But not too much.

Anonymous said...

He fooled a lot of people who thought he was doing well.In the end he fooled himself.

Anonymous said...

Very sad. Family is always left to wonder why things like this happen.
So sorry for the Reid family.

Bernie O'Hare said...

Yes, it is tragic. I really think Coach Reid should have taken a year off. I doubted very much that his head could be in the game after this happened.

Anonymous said...

Nepotism contributed to this young mans death.

Clem