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Police Report Reveals “Cocaine Substance” Found Near Body of Ultra Festival Founder Alex Omes.

Police Report Reveals “Cocaine Substance” Found Near Body of Ultra Festival Founder Alex Omes.

Alejandro “Alex” Omes, who helped found the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, was discovered dead last month in his apartment. Miami’s Local10 News reported this week that according to a police report from the Miami PD, “1 clear plastic baggie with suspicious cocaine residue” was also in the apartment when Omes died. Ultra Music Festival Co-Founder Alex Omes Dead at 43

The day he was found dead, Omes was due in court; in 2012, he filed a suit against his former business partners. When Omes didn’t show up for the proceedings, his brother called the police. Ultra Music Festival 2015 Lineup: Phase 1 Includes Skrillex, Avicii & More

As of yet, the medical examiner has not released a report explaining the cause of death. You can read the police report below.

 

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