Lawyer for Family of Chiefs Fan Says Some Questions May Never Be Answered in Way That 'Makes People Satisfied'

David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson were found dead outside their friends' Kansas City rental one month ago on Jan. 9

<p>Ricky Johnson/Facebook</p> David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney and Ricky Johnson

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David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney and Ricky Johnson

A lawyer for the family of a man who died outside his friend’s home in Kansas City last month says some of the questions people have about the mysterious case may never be answered in a way that satisfies everybody.

David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson were found dead on Jan. 9, exactly one month ago, after visiting their friend Jordan Willis’ rental to watch a Kansas City Chiefs Game on Jan. 7.

A death investigation is still open, and many questions surrounding the case remain unanswered.

Tony Kagay, an attorney representing Clayton McGeeney's mother, Nancy Bossert, and his fiancée, April Mahoney, told FOX Digital that “there are attempts being made to resolve” the unanswered questions.

Still, he cautioned that "a lot of these questions may never be answered in a way that makes people satisfied."

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Kagay told the outlet that preliminary toxicology results shared with their loved ones by police showed drugs were detected in the men's systems, though he could not confirm which ones.

The autopsy and official toxicology reports have not been made public.

Kagay did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

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In a recent interview with NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo, David’s stepmother, Theresa Harrington, said the reports made her feel as though “there’s more to the story.”

Speaking with Fox, Kagay acknowledged the “disappointment” some have expressed regarding the Kansas City Police Department’s handling of the case, such as their decision to state there was "no evidence or indication of foul play" amid the ongoing investigation.

Kagay said he didn't believe “they did anything wrong,” just that “the situation would be clearer if they had communicated better.” He added that his clients are “supportive” of Kansas City police as the investigation continues.

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With so many unanswered questions, rumors about what happened are swirling around social media and the Kansas City community.

Johnson’s brother Jonathan Price previously told PEOPLE that while he looks "at everything," he wants to remain focused on the facts. “I don't necessarily share any opinions on my own, because … I only deal with facts, and I don't have any of those,” he said.

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John Picerno, who represents Willis, previously told PEOPLE in a statement that his client “is unaware of how his friends died,” and is “anxiously awaiting the results of the autopsy and toxicology report.”

Picerno also said that his client did not notice the men dead in his backyard or their cars still in the neighborhood in the days between the game and the discovery of their bodies.

When contacted by PEOPLE on Monday, Alayna Gonzalez, a spokesperson for the police department said "there have been no additional details or reports of this case revealed to any media, nor are there any plans to at this time."

"The case remains an ongoing death investigation," Gonzalez added. "Both KCPD Detectives and the Platte County Prosecutor's Office have been in touch with the deceased men’s families and remain in contact with them as the investigation unfolds."

Police did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for an update on Friday.

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