Medical examiner releases autopsy report for remains found in Pima Canyon

Manner, cause of Steven Brashear’s death redacted from report

Medical examiner releases autopsy report for remains found in Pima Canyon
Steven Brashear was last seen leaving a restaurant near the Tucson Mall on Dec. 7. (Source: Oro Valley Police Department)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - The Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner released the autopsy report for human remains that were found in the Catalina Mountains, but it failed to shed any public light on how the man died.

Human remains discovered in Pima Canyon in December and later identified as belonging to 66-year-old Steven Brashear of Oklahoma had been partially eaten by wildlife. Necropsies were performed on three mountain lions that had been observed with the remains.

Warning the autopsy report below contains graphic details.

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