Updated 03/11/2011 05:58 AM
Autopsy finds teen had hypothermia and drowned in Putnam Creek
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SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- The Saratoga County coroner says an autopsy conducted on the body of Alexander Grant found the 19-year-old died from drowning, with hypothermia as a contributing factor.
Grant was in Saratoga Springs visiting friends from Skidmore College when he disappeared from a house party on Church Street late Saturday night.
Less than two hours after he left the party, Grant was captured on surveillance video breaking into an office building at 3 Care Lane, three-tenths of a mile away from where search teams found his body submerged in Putnam Creek on Tuesday.
Toxicology results are expected to take three to four weeks to determine whether he had drugs or alcohol in his system.
Grant was from Westchester County and was a sophomore at Boston College.