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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Despite initial suspicions, no evidence was found of any third party involvement in the death of Beata Lis
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A woman initially considered to be a murder victim likely died after a drunken fall down the stairs, an inquest has heard. Beata Henryka Lis, 47, was found dead at her home in Wesley Street, Camborne, on Monday, March 2. Beata’s death was initially subject of a murder investigation, with police focusing on her husband Daruisz. However, an inquest into Beata’s death ruled that there was no third party involvement in her death. A Truro inquest into Beata’s death heard how the house was initially treated as a crime scene as Beata’s lifeless body was located at the bottom of the stairs with her husband’s footsteps in her blood. Read more: Woman feared for her life as partner strangled her Running through the evidence, senior coroner for Cornwall Andrew Cox said that emergency services were notified at 5:30am after calls from Daruisz’s nephews and Daruisz himself turning up at the police station asking for help. Daruisz told police that he awoke at 5am and found his wife’s body and stepped through her blood to go and get his phone and call help. A post-mortem investigation revealed that Beata died of a head injury, consistent with striking her head during a fall down the stairs. She was found to be just short of four times the drink drive limit. A cause of death was given as head injury, with a secondary cause of acute alcohol intoxication. Giving evidence, DC Martin Heard from Camborne CID, said: “Mr Liz said that he and his wife were drinking heavily and he fell asleep before being woken up at 5am by his alarm.
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. He tried to contact his son but couldn’t so he contacted his nephews and went to the police station. “Drinking was a large part of their Sunday afternoons and there had been two incidents when police were called prior for minor assaults and arguments. “Outspoken voices were heard by neighbours on both sides and often Beata’s voice was overheard by neighbours. At 9-10pm on the Sunday, evening one neighbour said she heard a number of bangs which could have been the fall down the stairs.” DC Heard described how, despite extensive enquiries, no evidence of any third party involvement was found and Daruisz was dismissed as a suspect. Concluding the inquest, Mr Cox said: “Shortly after 11pm on March 1, Beata is believed to have fallen down the stairs at her home address. She was found deceased the following morning. A post-mortem toxicology report revealed a high level of alcohol. Police investigation found no evidence to support any third party involvement and it is more likely than not that under the influence of alcohol, Beata fell down the stairs and suffered the head injury that resulted in her death.” Mr Cox recorded a conclusion of accidental death. Read next: Drink driver seriously injured dog walker after multiple crashes Men and boy guilty in vicious attack with guitar Violent thug stalked ex, punched her dad and burgled their home Would-be armed robber left shop and went to spoons to play fruity Burglar who crashed stolen car spared jail due to court wait
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