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The full autopsy report reveals more about the death of 35-year-old Stephen Dinnan.
He died after being restrained by Honolulu police, who say he resisted when they arrived at a Waimanalo home to investigate an auto theft.
But the medical examiner also says he was put in a chokehold by a civilian before the scuffle with police, which is a contributing factor in his death.
Traces of marijuana were also found in his system.
Dinnan’s family claims police used excessive force.