No foul play found in preliminary Chambers autopsy

TOLEDO (WTOL) - An autopsy has confirmed that the body found on Feb. 27 in the 5300 block of Dorr St. is that of Tiffany Chambers.

Upon preliminary examination by the Lucas County Coroner's Office, there was no indication of foul play. However, no ruling will be made until results of toxicology tests are available. The investigation continues.

Chief Navarre had said when the body was found that it matched the description of Chambers and that it was found across the street from the last place Chambers was seen. At the time, police said that tattoo markings were consistent with those of Chambers.

Police said the body was found by employees of a nearby car dealership. The body was in standing water in a field on Dorr St.

Chambers was last seen early Saturday morning outside Garden Lake Hall on Dorr St. near Reynolds. Outside the hall, she was seen with a friend in a car. Police say both women passed out in that car in the parking lot. When the friend woke up, Chambers was gone.

Prayer service

The family held a public prayer service on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Garden Lake Banquet Hall.

Sadness filled the air as family and friends of Tiffany Chambers visited the spot they believe Chamber's body was dumped. People prayed, cried and hugged as they remembered Tiffany.

"I've got more strength now than I had a couple of days ago when I didn't know what happened to her at all."

The toughest part for her parents has been for tiffany's two kids.

"I'm just trying to be responsible enough to standup and just do the right thing for those babies," says Tiffany's father Ronald Chambers.

Tiffany's mother let out a strong message to the community. "Let me tell you something, I know where my girl is. My soul doesn't hurt anymore, but what I need is I don't hate who did it, but I still have to have justice."



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