A medical examiner has examined Jonathan Daileys body but has not made any findings on the cause of death or the manner of death, authorities in Suffolk County, Mass., said Wednesday.
Toxicology tests are being conducted to search for evidence related to the death of the 23-year-old from Charlotte, said Jake Wark, the spokesman for the Suffolk County District Attorney.
The graduate students body was found Tuesday in the Charles River in Boston. Daileys body was reportedly bound with chains and weighed down by a cinder block.
The prosecutor assigned to the case met with Daileys family Wednesday, Wark said, to ensure them were going to do everything we can to determine the truth surrounding Mr. Daileys death.
Were following every lead, Wark said, adding that authorities would not be discussing their findings until the investigation is completed.