Farrow, 27, was found gravely injured in his car at 12:45 p.m. ET Wednesday "suffering from life-threatening injuries," according to the police report. He was taken to
There was "no criminal aspect" to the death, according to the report.
The medical examiner's office will conduct an investigation into the cause of death on Thursday.
Thaddeus was a paraplegic and polio survivor. Mia Farrow adopted Thaddeus from an orphanage in Calcutta, India, in 1994. A November 2013 Vanity Fair profile of Mia Farrow and her 14 adopted and biological children described Thaddeus as a car mechanic studying to become a police officer.
The profile explained how Thaddeus had been left in a railway station as a child in Calcutta and forced to crawl on his hands and stubs of legs to beg for food.
Later, at an orphanage, he was chained to a post, and kids would throw rocks at him to prompt the mannish growls he made. When Mia saw him, she says, she had a powerful reaction: “That’s my son.”
Thaddeus' condition improved by the time of the Vanity Fair profile.
Thaddeus walks with crutches or uses a wheelchair. “It was scary to be brought to a world of people whose language I did not understand, with different skin colors.”