Michael Philbin, 21, had a blood alcohol level of .176, more than twice the legal limit to drive, and also had marijuana at some point before he fell through the ice Jan. 8, according to a statement from Oshkosh police.
Police say they found no evidence of foul play or anything suspicious through their investigation, and his death was classified as an accidental drowning. He disappeared after a night out with friends in the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh campus area, about 50 miles from Green Bay.
"The loss of a child and sibling is absolutely heartbreaking to a family," said Joe Philbin, the former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator. "Ours is no different. We hope that the results of the recent toxicology report serve as a reminder to us all that the mixture of alcohol and marijuana can be extremely dangerous, potentially even fatal."
He also said his family hopes the results remind everyone to drink in moderation and avoid illegal drugs. He said his son was alone, but if someone had been with him, his death could have been avoided.
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