OGDEN -- Police are awaiting toxicology results to pinpoint the cause of death for 19-year-old Tyler Thomas Lloyd, whose body was found Wednesday morning near a church.
Although police are still waiting on toxicology results, it's possible Lloyd died of a drug overdose, Ogden Police Lt. Mike Ashment said Thursday.
It hasn't been determined when the toxicology results will be finalized.
A married couple discovered Lloyd's body next to a parking lot behind a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel at Old Post Road and Shadow Valley Drive.
Lloyd lived near the church, Ashment said.
There were no obvious signs of foul play or trauma to Lloyd's body, Ashment said. Police haven't said whether anything was in a backpack Lloyd was wearing.
Several police officers and personnel with the Weber County Crime Scene Investigation Unit spent about 2 1/2 hours at the scene Wednesday.
The church's parking lot remained roped off with yellow crime scene tape during the investigation. Several people who live in the neighborhood near the church stopped their vehicles to watch police officers work.
The man's mother, Sharon Lloyd, remembers Tyler Lloyd as "vivacious, loquacious and generous, charming, talented, creative. His personalty was just bigger than this life."
A friend of his, who did not want to be identified, said she will always remember her friend by his smile.
They met at a Weird Al concert last fall. After that they hung out at parties. He taught her how to ride a four-wheeler at one of them, she said.
"He was the happy-go-lucky type, always having fun," she said.
Standard-Examiner reporter Michael McFall contributed to this article.