|May 9 death of Dawn Glanz ruled homicide|
|Written by Sentinel Staff|
|Tuesday, 24 December 2013 10:39|
Bowling Green Police Chief Brad Conner said this morning that a report released by the Wood County Coroner’s Office determined that Dawn Glanz, 66, died as a result of a homicide. The cause of death was a “sharp force injury to the scalp.”
The report was released Monday.
Conner said that, as yet, no charges are forthcoming and the matter is still under investigation.
Glanz, 66, died May 9 at her residence in the 1000 block of Kensington Boulevard. Her death had previously been labeled as suspicious by police.
Lt. Tony Hetrick of the BGPD said this morning that “it’s something that we’ll be working on until we can conclude it. Nothing’s changed on our end.”
Glanz’s sister, Gail Lincoln of Ketchum, Idaho, had sought a temporary restraining order against Glanz’s husband, Robert Brown, in U.S. District Court this summer, after he reportedly scheduled an estate sale, advertising “high-end antique items” which was to take place in June. Lincoln also sought damages amounting to $275,000 against Brown for emotional distress.
In the complaint filed in that case, Lincoln said that Glanz was found in the bathroom of the residence by Brown, who reported she had a stroke.
According to the complaint “injuries found during a preliminary examination of her body suggested the cause of death may have been from unnatural causes.”
The temporary restraining order was granted by U.S. Judge James G. Carr, but the remainder of the case was ultimately dismissed in October by Lincoln.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2013 10:58|
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