The autopsy of Miles Dabord, the FBI's leading suspect on the disappearances of his brother Bison Dele and two others, didn't reveal any further clues in the case, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
Former NBA player Bison Dele and his brother, Miles Dabord, were memorialized Saturday by friends and family members, as investigators in Tahiti and the United States struggled to discover what happened on their ill-fated sailing trip last July.
Bison Dele's girlfriend, Serena Karlan, was knocked to the deck and killed instantly while breaking up a fight between Dele and his brother, Miles Dabord, as the three and a ship's captain sailed near Tahiti in early July.
Former Denver Nuggets center Bison Dele considered financially cutting off his brother before the ex-NBA player and two companions disappeared while boating in the South Pacific, according to a police report.
The mother of Miles Dabord planned to ask doctors to take her son, who is suspected of killing his brother and former Denver Nuggets player Bison Dele and two companions, off life support systems Thursday.
By tracking calls made from a satellite phone, investigators in French Polynesia have mapped out where former NBA player Bison Dele's luxury catamaran was sailing when he and two companions disappeared.
Police say they have withdrawn an arrest warrant for the brother of former NBA player Bison Dele -- who is suspected of killing Dele and two others -- because he is unlikely to emerge from his coma, according to a story in the San Francisco Chronicle.
The older brother of missing former NBA player Bison Dele remained in critical condition in a coma Friday after he was found and arrested at a hospital near the California-Mexico border, authorities said.