Reporting Michael Rosenfield
BEDFORD, N.H. (CBS) – New Hampshire’s Chief Medical Examiner told WBZ-TV Wednesday that the death of Sonia Quesada is not being investigated as a homicide.
For now her death is labeled suspicious, meaning it was likely accidental or a suicide.
The 29-year-old’s body was found in her mother-in-law’s condo in Bedford, N.H. Monday.
Her husband, Dr. Eduardo Quesada, was found unconscious but alive.
There were no obvious signs of trauma to either but there was a large amount of prescription drugs found inside the home, police said.
The medical examiner said there is no evidence of a homicide.
Toxicology reports could tell the whole story but those won’t be available for 6- to-8 weeks.
Sonia Quesada and her husband Eduardo were allegedly beaten up in November. They told police they were the victims of a home invasion.
There have been no arrests in that case.