LOGAN -- Weber County prosecutors say they are awaiting autopsy results to determine whether charges should be filed in the death of a man who was Tasered at a Logan hospital four months ago.
The autopsy was expected to be completed within six weeks after the death of Bruce Thomson, 49, on Jan. 17.
The reason for the delayed autopsy results is unknown, said Weber County Attorney Dee Smith.
Smith said he had no reason to believe there would be need for further investigation once the autopsy results are released.
Police responded to Thomson's Logan home after receiving reports of screams and strange behavior.
Officers Tasered Thomson after he told them he had a gun and refused to show his hands.
Thomson was Tasered a second time, three hours later, at Logan Regional Hospital after becoming combative, officials said. He went into cardiac arrest and died soon after.
The Weber County Attorney's Office is handling the investigation.