Results of Mono Coroner’s investigation

mcsoOn the afternoon of Thursday, December 15, 2011, at approximately 4:15, Mono County Sheriff’s Department dispatch received a call regarding an unresponsive male in the Mammoth Lakes area.

Tom Greenstein, age 41, of Mammoth Lakes, was found unresponsive and without vital signs in his Mammoth Lakes home. Mammoth Lakes Police Department and Mono County Paramedics were dispatched to the residence in Mammoth. When units arrived on scene, it was determined that Mr. Greenstein was deceased. Mono County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the scene to begin the coroner’s investigation. The final cause of death was determined as acute narcotic intoxication. The final cause of death was confirmed by autopsy and toxicological results.


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3 Responses to Results of Mono Coroner’s investigation

  1. Rob January 13, 2012 at 1:25 pm #

    acute narcotic intoxication;
    Would that be heroin, cocaine or some other narcotic made by pharmaceutical companies?

  2. sierragrl January 13, 2012 at 5:29 pm #

    More and more people are dying from prescription medications and Mammoth is not an exception.. Recent deaths in Mammoth should be a reminder to us parents to talk with our kids about the dangers of commonly used prescription drugs. pain meds, sleep aids, anti-depressants, and alcohol that people are taking like they’re candy can kill you. Look for healthy alternatives. Exercise is a great way to boost your mood…get out in the sun, and consider seeing a mental health practitioner if necessary. Prescription drugs are rarely the answer, other then for an acute health issue. NOTE. I do not know Tom or what killed him. These are just meds that I know have killed other people

  3. Bridget Little August 17, 2012 at 9:55 pm #

    I am shocked to hear about Toms passing. I use to work with him in 94 he was a great person with a good heart and warm smile. May he RIP


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