Porsche Owner had combined Fentanyl and Alcohol; DC Examiner reveals after he was found dead in alleyway

Washington DC: The medical examiner for the District of Columbia stated that the man whose body was found abandoned in an alleyway in northwest Washington last year after being dragged out of his own white Porsche SUV was killed by the combined lethal effects of fentanyl and ethanol and died as a result.

In the early hours of the morning on November 30, 2023, the body of Alan Chi Chen, who was 41 years old and from Quincy, Massachusetts, was found along the 100 block of W Street.

In the chilling security film that was made public, his lifeless body was seen being removed from the backseat of his vehicle. As he was being pulled into the alleyway by the suspect, it appeared that his arms and feet were hanging down. The suspect drove away in his SUV after leaving his body there, where it had been abandoned.

The vehicle has been missing since then and the authorities have not arrested the suspected thief.

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