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Report reveals new information in Gadsden dragging death

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GADSDEN, AL (WBRC) -

A police report obtained by FOX6 News sheds new light on a dragging death in Gadsden.

Authorities say Keeley Maddox, 28, of Kentucky is facing manslaughter and DUI charges after allegedly driving the vehicle that dragged a man across a Gadsden bridge.

Matthew Paul Goddard, 45, died later at UAB. A police report released today says police arrived on the scene where the car stopped, in the parking lot of the east Gadsden Waffle House.

The report says officers found Maddox on top of the victim, and that she had to be removed from him.

The report also says when she was taken to the detective division of the Gadsden Police Department, she refused to cooperate. Instead, the report says she kept taking her clothes off and falling on the floor.

The report also says a blood and urine test had to be taken at a hospital, because Maddox refused a breathalyzer test.

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