Police Chief: Rolled Up $20 Bill Found at Ledger's Apt.
A rolled-up $20 bill was found near Heath Ledger's body, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said during a press conference Wednesday – the same day an autopsy on the young actor came back inconclusive.
Kelly admitted that "no testing has been done for narcotics at this time" on the bill, but it's something the police are looking at. He also refused to elaborate on what drugs were found in the Brokeback Mountain star's apartment only saying, "some of them were sleeping pills, in essence, and some other drugs there as well. ... We are going to wait for the toxicology report."
Meanwhile, Ledger's body has been released to a New York City funeral home. Arrangements have not been disclosed.
According to WCBS-TV's Web site, found in the actor's apartment, besides the prescription sleeping medicine mentioned by police shortly after the discovery of the body, was the $20 bill.
The station also reported that several packets containing an unknown substance were also inside the Soho apartment where Ledger was discovered Tuesday.
The TV report stressed that it is not known whether Ledger, 28, owned the substances in question or if he even ingested them.
Asked by PEOPLE about the TV report, police spokesman Det. Ryan Sessa said he cannot confirm or deny it.