A head injury and mixed drug toxicity caused the death of a Neshoba County Jail inmate found Nov. 2, a toxicology report and final autopsy report released last week showed.

Michael D. McDougle, 29, was found dead in an isolated holding cell in the Neshoba County Jail.

Neshoba County Coroner Allen Collins said the toxicology report on McDougle's body found the presence of cocaine, amphetamine, methamphetamine and marijuana.

"The manner of death is undetermined at this time," he said.

Warren Strain, Public Affairs Director for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, said Monday that the case remains under investigation.

"They are still finalizing that report and they will turn it over to the District Attorney and he will decide if he wants to present it to the grand jury," Strain said.

McDougle had been arrested about 11 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1 after police officers responded to a breaking and entering in progress at an occupied home on west Atkins Street. He was charged with resisting arrest, breaking and entering and disorderly conduct.

Following his arrest, the Neshoba County Sheriff's Department placed McDougle in an isolation cell.

Sheriff Tommy Waddell said the inmate was checked around 4 a.m. when he asked for water, which he was provided. McDougle was checked again later that morning around 7:30 a.m. where he was found unconscious in his cell. EMS declared McDougle dead at the scene.

Waddell said EMS also saw McDougle earlier that night after he was brought in to the jail.

"EMS was called to the jail on another subject involved in a wreck and the jailer asked a paramedic to check on him and he did," Waddell said.

After McDougle's body was found the next morning, the Sheriff said he called the state Bureau of Investigation.

"I immediately called the state investigators in since the city brought him in and the county housed him," Waddell said. "That way we could bring somebody in besides the police department and the sheriff's department to conduct the investigation."

McDougle's mother, Mary Helen McDougle, declined to comment on the autopsy results Monday but she earlier told the Democrat that her son was a caring individual.

"He loved to fish, play baseball, basketball, football," McDougle said earlier. "He loved to draw. But he was a nice, kind, sweet person. Anything he could help a person with, he would help.

"He might have had his bad habits, but he was a sweet person. And he was loved."

Records show McDougle's adult lifetime has been one spent having run-ins with the law.

At 22, he was charged with resisting arrest by fleeing, possession of crack cocaine, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, grand larceny, possession of a controlled substance with intent.

Most recently he faced a driving under the influence charge.

In between, he'd faced felony shoplifting charges and had been in and out of jail.

McDougle went to Philadelphia High School and is survived by his wife Brittney and his two daughters Aaliyah and Allaur and one son Michael Jr.