The actor was found in a remote area of Oregon in July 13 after being reported missing on July 8 after missing out for more than a week.
Oregon's Grants Pass Department of Public Safety reports that Levin's Orange Fiat strayed on a remote mountain road found in a tree-covered area about four miles from the nearest paved road has been. According to the police report, the terrain was so arduous that the officers had to be a quarter of a mile from their emergency vehicle to get to the final location of the car with the passenger mirror sheared off.
"I would never have thought that the Fiat could make progress on this stretch of road," the police report said. The car finally stuck hopelessly on "earth pile".
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The area around the front tires "seemed to have been disturbed in an obvious attempt to free the vehicle."
The car contained the remains of Levin's beloved pug, Boo-Boo Bear, and the area was filled with " an overwhelming odor of decomposition. "bare, severely decomposed remains on the bottom of a treacherously steep gorge.
"There was evidence of animal feeding, probably in the form of turkey vultures, as there was evidence of bird fecal matter around and around the body," the report says. It was crossed on the same road the Fiat was found on. The autopsy report stated that the cause of death was "accidental."