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Garrison Brown’s Blood Alcohol Level Was Over the Limit at the Time of Death

Sister wives alum Garrison Brown had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit at the time of his death.

According to the official autopsy report of Us weekly As of Wednesday, May 15, Brown had a blood ethanol level of 0.307%. For adults over 21, the legal limit is 0.08%.

While a toxicology report was completed on Brown, his cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head. His death was ruled a suicide.

Garrison’s parents, Kody Brown And Janelle Brownannounced in March that Garrison had died at age 25. (Garrison was one of Janelle and Kody’s six children, along with Maddie and siblings Logan, 29, Hunter, 26, Gabriel, 21, and Savanah, 18.)

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“Janelle and I are deeply saddened to announce the loss of our beautiful boy Robert Garrison Brown,” Kody, 55, wrote via Instagram at the time. “He was a bright spot in the lives of everyone who knew him. Our loss will leave a hole in our lives so big that it will take our breath away. We ask that you respect our privacy and join us in honoring his memory.”

Us confirmed that police arrived at Garrison’s home in Flagstaff, Arizona and found him dead at the scene of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Authorities also reported that Garrison’s brother, Gabriel, found Garrison’s body.

After news of his death broke, Janelle, 54, told law enforcement that Garrison had sent a troubling message to a group chat that included people associated with the Brown family, according to a police report we obtained at the time.

“I want to hate you for sharing the good times. But I can not. I miss these days,” Garrison reportedly wrote.

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While Janelle wasn’t in the group chat, she learned of the news and reached out to check on her son. The mother-son duo had a brief conversation before he stopped responding.

A funeral was held for Garrison shortly after his death. His cousin, Emma BrownShe honored her late family member with a tribute on social media.

“Dear Robert, I had to get dressed up for your funeral today and that’s all I wish you could have heard before I had to say goodbye. We love you,” Emma wrote in an emotional Instagram post in March. “I don’t even have a picture of you without your infectious smile. I don’t know if I have the right words to say that I will miss you. I wish I could hug you and tell you how much you were loved. You were human, you had flaws, but I never doubted the friendship we had.”

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Garrison’s siblings also paid tribute to their late brother.

“My words seem to fall short. Our hearts are broken and we are now consumed by the love we left for this wonderful brother,” Maddie wrote via her Instagram Story in March. “God be with you until we meet again. See you at the gates of Valhalla and celebrate with our ancestors who fought before you. Until then, we will have to live in an even grayer world without the light you have brought.”

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