Pot Seized From Rodney King Home Autopsy complete, but toxicology results may not be known for weeks By Rob Quinn, Newser Staff Posted Jun 19, 2012 4:15 AM CDT 21 comments Comments Police officers remove evidence from King's home. (Getty Images) (Newser) – Police investigating the death of Rodney King have confiscated marijuana plants and gardening tools from his home. King's body was pulled from the deep end of his pool Sunday morning and a police spokesman says that "even though we're investigating this as an accidental drowning, we're looking into every lead," reports the Los Angeles Times. An autopsy on King's body was completed yesterday but officials say it could be up to six weeks before toxicology tests showing whether King had drugs or alcohol in his system when he died are completed, reports the AP. Click to see death scene photos from TMZ.