(CNN) — According to multiple media reports, an autopsy report released late Monday showed Ahmaud Arbery was shot three times, including twice in the chest.
The autopsy, which was released by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), sheds new light on the fatal shooting of a black man out jogging that has ignited outrage across the United States.READ MORE: Guidance Counselor Arrested For Driving Under The Influence
It confirmed that Arbery was shot three times, as suggested by a video taken of the incident, according to a report from CNN affiliate WSB.
The coroner’s report shows Arbery was grazed on his right wrist by one bullet and was hit in the chest by two others, according to WSB.
WSB also reports that in a routine check the autopsy found no signs of alcohol or drugs in his system.
CNN continues to work to obtain the autopsy report.
Arbery, 25, was jogging in his Satilla Shores, Georgia, neighborhood on February 23 when he was fatally shot.READ MORE: Buford Man Indicted in $650 Million Ponzi Scheme
Gregory McMichael, 64, and his 34-year-old son, Travis McMichael were arrested Thursday in connection with Arbery’s killing. They face charges of felony murder and aggravated assault, according to the GBI.
According to a police report, the elder McMichael said he thought Arbery looked like a suspect in a series of recent break-ins.
Glynn County police Lt. Cheri Bashlor said in the more than seven weeks prior to the shooting, there had only been one burglary: a gun stolen from an unlocked vehicle in front of the McMichaels’ home.
Gregory McMichael grabbed a handgun, his son grabbed a shotgun, and then they chased Arbery, Gregory McMichael told police, the police report says. After they caught up, Travis exited the truck with the shotgun and a struggle ensued between him and Arbery. The elder McMichael told police his son shot Arbery after the latter attacked him.
CNN’s attempts to reach Gregory and Travis McMichael have been unsuccessful. Both appeared in court Friday, where a judge said bail would be decided later.MORE NEWS: Panic-Buying Causes Temporary Shutdown Of Several Bay Area Gas Stations
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