More Details Of Houston’s Death Emerge
February 13, 2012 by staff
More Details Of Houston’s Death Emerge, The Beverly Hills Police Department has finished its preliminary investigation into singer Whitney Houston’s death, and do not consider the case to be a homicide, police said Monday.
“We are not conducting a homicide investigation, we are conducting a death investigation,” Lt. Mark Rosen said at a news conference. He said the department is waiting for the coroner’s investigation and toxicology report to be completed before taking further action.
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“At this point, it’s a coroner’s case,” Rosen said.
Rosen noted that the “death investigation” was “not prompted by her celebrity of notoriety,” but rather is standard for a person who dies at Houston’s age — she was 48 — under the circumstances that she did.
Rosen said the singer was discovered by a member of her staff at approximately 3:30 p.m. at the Beverly Hilton hotel on Saturday. One of more staffers pulled her from the bathtub and she was unconscious and unresponsive when first responders arrived, Rosen said. Efforts to revive the singer were unsuccessful, and she was pronounced dead at 3:55 p.m.
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