OKLAHOMA CITY — The state Medical Examiner's Office says no drugs or alcohol were detected in the system of a pastor who was discovered viciously slain in her church in Anadarko.
Spokeswoman Cherokee Ballard said Tuesday that nothing was found in toxicology tests done on the Rev. Carol Daniels' blood. The results of an autopsy haven't been released.
Anadarko police found the 61-year-old Daniels Aug. 23 inside Christ Holy Sanctified Church. She had multiple gashes to her neck and throat, as well as stab wounds to her chest, back, stomach and hands.
No arrests have been made.
A $15,000 reward is being offered in the case.