Coroner: No Cause Of Death Immediately Determined For Woman Found Dead On Basement Stairs
The Franklin County Coroner said on Thursday that she found nothing during the initial autopsy of a woman who was found dead on the basement stairs of an east side home on Tuesday evening.
The woman, identified on Thursday evening as 22-year-old Daivena Clay, was found dead at about 8 p.m. on Tuesday at a home on Wildwood Avenue. Police said she was wrapped in a blanket.
The coroner said on Thursday that she likely would have more information about Clay's cause of death in a few weeks after more testing is completed.
10TV News obtained a 911 call that described the situation around the time of Clay's death.
Roshell Tuck told 10 Investigates on Wednesday that she woke up to find her son and his girlfriend pouring bleach around her house, and her son threatened to kill her saying.
"Satan told him if I don't sacrifice you, I have to take my life tonight," Tuck said in the 911 call.
Tuck said she ran from the home and called 911 from a neighbor's house.
The mother said that she never knew her son to be involved in any satanic cults.
Police took two people into custody on Wednesday evening in connection with Clay's death. The two were questioned and released.
Investigators initially had been searching for a man and woman, but would not immediately confirm if the two taken into custody were the same people they were searching for.
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