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FILE - Police no longer consider the death of Riverton woman found face down in a muddy field near Daybreak suspicious.

SOUTH JORDAN — Police no longer consider the death of Riverton woman found face down in a muddy field near Daybreak suspicious.

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On Tuesday, the body of 26-year-old Kelsey Valeria Stone was found outside of her car parked in a field near 6000 West and 11075 South. Stone had been reported missing the night before when she failed to show up for a family event, according to police.

An autopsy conducted Wednesday by the Utah State Medical Examiner's Office found no sign of trauma to Stone's body and police do not believe anyone else was involved with her death, said South Jordan police officer Sam Winkler. A final autopsy report, which will include toxicology test results, won't be completed for several months, he said.

Winkler said investigators believe Stone died from either an accidental drug overdose, suicide or exposure.