Narcotics Unit Investigating Drugs That Caused the Death of Chris Burrous


Following the tragic death of KTLA5 news anchor, Chris Burrous, authorities still have a few questions. The incident, which took place on December 27th, captured headlines after being discovered that Burrous died from a meth overdose with heart disease as a factor, after ingesting it at a hotel room in Glendale. Narcotics detectives with the Glendale Police Department say they are still investigating the circumstances around the death of KTLA anchor Chris Burrous. Narcotics investigators are trying to find out how and where the meth was acquired. Sgt. Dan Suttles told KFI’s Steve Gregory that the homicide portion of the investigation is officially closed but a drug-related case is underway. The male companion who was with Burrous at the hotel also told investigators that he was drinking GHB, known as the ‘date rape drug’. 

According to the coroner's report, Burrous had inserted the drug into his anus and put on a bondage mask laced with amyl nitrate ``poppers'' during a sexual encounter with a man he met on the Grindr dating website.


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