Cause of death determined for Duquesne grad student

Raymond Arke | News Editor

On May 25, the Allegheny County Medical Examiner released the cause of death for Duquesne grad student Dakota James.

The Medical Examiner officially ruled the cause of death as drowning, saying that the manner was accidental.

James, 23, had been missing from January 25 to March 6, when his body was found in the Ohio River. He had been pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration.

Story will be updated.