Gavin Bolen
Gavin Bolen (Sharp Funeral Homes)
Gavin Bolen, the Michigan man whose body emergency crews pulled from Boulder Creek in late June, had alcohol and methamphetamine in his system when he accidentally drowned, according to the Boulder County Coroner's Office.

Bolen, 21, was pulled out of the creek where it runs behind an office park near 49th Street and Pearl Parkway at about 2 p.m. on June 24.

Witnesses had called authorities about 15 minutes prior to report that they had spotted someone in the water near 47th and Walnut streets floating downstream.

According to a media release issued by the coroner's office Monday, the cause of Bolen's death was drowning and the manner was an accident. Bolen was also drunk and had methamphetamine in his system when he died, the coroner's report said.

An online obituary posted shortly after Bolen died said the Fenton, Michigan, resident was visiting Colorado at the time of his death. He graduated from Linden High School in Michigan and is survived by a daughter, his parents and three siblings, and other relatives.