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Friday, January 11, 2013

Homicide not likely in Bedford death

BEDFORD – What caused the death of Sonia Quesada, who was found dead Monday morning in her mother-in-law’s condominium, is still not known for sure, officials say, but it’s unlikely she was the victim of a homicide.

Dr. Thomas Andrew told news outlets Thursday that an examination of Quesada’s body turned up no signs of trauma, and that there was nothing found that would indicate she died by homicide. ...

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BEDFORD – What caused the death of Sonia Quesada, who was found dead Monday morning in her mother-in-law’s condominium, is still not known for sure, officials say, but it’s unlikely she was the victim of a homicide.

Dr. Thomas Andrew told news outlets Thursday that an examination of Quesada’s body turned up no signs of trauma, and that there was nothing found that would indicate she died by homicide.

The untimely death of Quesada, the mother of a 2-year-old and wife of local anesthesiologist Eduardo Quesada, deepened the mystery that has surrounded the family since Nov. 24, when the couple reported a tall man wearing a ski mask and dressed in black assaulted them as they entered their 7 Proclamation Court home.

Police have yet to identify a suspect in that case, and Bedford Chief John Bryfonski has maintained that the two incidents are not related.

Police haven’t commented
on whether it could have been a burglary gone wrong, nor have they said if anything was stolen from the home.

Eduardo Quesada, who was severely injured in the November attack, was also at his mother’s condo on Monday.

He was found unconscious when police forced their way into the 49 Kensington Lane home of Norma M. Quesada.

He continues to recover at an area hospital, officials said.

Police said they found the doors to the condo locked when they arrived Monday and saw no evidence of attempted forced entry.

On Wednesday, Hillsborough County attorney Patricia LaFrance said authorities are not working to develop a suspect or suspects “at this point.”