MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Police said a crime lab would conduct tests on a bag suspected of containing marijuana that was found in the pants pocket of a day-care van driver, who died in a crash that also killed four children and critically injured two others.
The bag was found on Wesley Hudson, 27, as his body was being prepared for an autopsy, Deputy Police Chief Charles Cook said Friday.
Cook said the autopsy will determine if Hudson had been smoking marijuana at the time of the crash on Thursday. Results could take weeks.
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