The bodies of the four sailors aboard the Aegean who were killed during the annual Newport to Ensenada Yacht Race tested negative for alcohol, but one of them had marijuana in his system, according to toxicology reports.
The report from the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office found traces of marijuana in Joseph Lester Stewart's system.
Theo Mavromatis' body, which was found 11 days after the crash, had decomposed to the point that the medical examiner wasn't able to perform a blood test for carbon monoxide. The extent of the skipper's injuries suggested he did not survive the 37-foot vessel's crash.
William Reed Johnson, 57, of Torrance and Mavromatis, 49, of Redondo Beach died of blunt-force injuries.
FOR THE RECORD:
An earlier version incorrectly stated that Mavromatis was living in Long Beach.
Kevin Eric Rudolph, 53, of Manhattan Beach died of blunt-force head and neck injuries.
Stewart, 64, of Bradenton, Fla., drowned, with blunt-force injuries contributing to his death.