Police say they believe the death of an Aurora woman whose body was found in her home was from natural causes, not homicide.
The body of 59-year-old Debra Miller was found in her home Tuesday by a family member. Police initially treated the area as a crime scene, but Hamilton County Attorney Michael Powell says an autopsy has pointed to natural causes in Miller's death. Authorities are still awaiting result from toxicology tests.
The Grand Island Independent reports that police were called to Miller's home for a domestic disturbance several hours before her death and that Miller's husband was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault.
But Powell says it does not appear that the altercation caused her death.
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