Trial put on hold untill further autopsy results are in

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The trial of a 21-year-old man accused of third degree murder was put on hold Friday due to the defense stating they needed more information about 2C-E a synthetic drug that Timothy LaMere is suspected of giving to a 19-year-old man at a house party in Blaine.

LaMere is accused of supplying Trevor Robinson with 2C-E on March 17 according to the Pioneer Press. Robinson overdosed on the drug and died later that day.

The defense attorney Brad Zunker says that officials are not clear on what is in Robinson's blood according to Inforum.

Until the final autopsy results come in Zunker says that he can not advise his client effectively according to the Pioneer Press.

Anoka County Judge Alan Pendleton has pushed the trial date back from Nov. 14 to Nov. 30.

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