BATON ROUGE, La (FOX44) — When 50-year old Raymond Levie died last Friday, he was under investigaton by the Baton Rouge Police Department. They still don't know why he had eight bottles of prescription pills inside of his house.
Don Moreau, of the East Baton ROuge Coroner's Office, says there's nothing unusual with Levie just having bottles of the prescription pills at his home, "He said they were empty pill bottles, that they were used to put coins in and things like that." When asked if it taking pils is a fireable offense, he asnwered in the affirmative, "yes, if those were pills, we would have probably fired him."
An investigation also shows Levie had drivers licenses of people that had died, "collecting those drivers licenses was part of Raymond's job. He was supposed to pick up the drivers licenses. When we had enough of them, we sent them to motor vehicles."
Moreau says he was never contacted by the B.R.P.D. That's why he says his office never had any reason to take any aaction against Levie, "all of this, everything I've seen so far has logical explanations."