No Drugs Found in Presumed Kettenpom Murderer's Toxicology Report
The Gazette Times of Corvalis, Oregon is reporting that the toxicology report on Tomas “Mas” Gouverneur came back free of drugs or alcohol. According to Mendocino County Sgt. Scott Poma, “He was not under the influence of anything.”
On March 13th, in the hills east of Humboldt in Southwestern Trinity, Kristine Constantino and her partner, Christopher Sky Richardson were murdered in their home. Neighbors who came to check on them were attacked and barely escaped in a dramatic struggle that involved their throats being slit. (For a more complete story go here.) The presumed killer Tomas Gouverneur was killed following a highspeed chase during a car wreck. Because he was known as a gentle soul and because large amounts of marijuana and money had been found both in the home and in his car, some had speculated that drugs might be a factor in his actions.
The story has been followed closely by local residents as the two murder victims as well as the two injured neighbors, Jim and Norma Gund, were known in the community. The Gunds in particular were well known as he was a county worker and she was a school bus driver.