Case #666: Anna Garcia

at 7am Anna died, then a man died called the police at 9:45am. the ambulance came at 9:56am which was the time they discovered the body. evidence was found like fingerprints and hair but belonging to Anna except the finger prints which belonged to Alex Garcia. pills were found as well, those pills were aspirin meaning she was not attacked.

Finger-prints

Evidence like always is collected in a crime scene. finger prints were collected belonging to Alex Garcia Anna's ex husband and as reported he was at the crime scene the night before.

Hair

Many other pieces of evidence was found which one was hair. Not much was reported on hair but the hair belonged to Anna.

Unknown substances

I guess like always some sort of drug is found at the crime scene. The drug found was Aspirin. Anna may have had a headache or have felt nausea there for taking the pills and leading to that vomit was found.

Blood

Blood was found which the blood belonged to Anna. which fell of a 90 degree angle 74cm of the table a syringe was also found but not a lot was blood evidence.

Autopsy report

other evidence was found like a bruise on her head and elbow because she fell. A table was flipped which maybe meant she hit her self on the table.

Conclusion

In my perspective Anna died of an accident. I say she took aspirin maybe she felt light headed hitting her self on the table and bleeding to death but maybe it was of some other cause.

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