Massachusetts woman’s death in Maine vacation home ruled homicide

Massachusetts woman’s death in Maine vacation home ruled homicide

A Massachusetts woman who died at a Maine vacation home in February was the victim of a homicide, officials said Thursday. Officials responded on Feb. 24 to a home in Lovell, Maine, to conduct a welfare check on 41-year-old Jennifer Lingard of Dighton, Massachusetts. Lingard was in Lovell vacationing at her family’s home. Officers found Lingard dead in the home with her two young children, who were unharmed. Maine State Police Detectives worked with police in Newport, Rhode Island to locate and speak with 33-year-old Sami Daou, of Newport, who was vacationing with Lingard and her children in Maine. Officials said Lingard and Daou were in a relationship at the time. Daou was found dead Feb. 26 inside his Rhode Island home. The Rhode Island medical examiner determined that Daou died as a result of a drug overdose. Officials conducted an autopsy following Lingard’s death in February. After recently receiving toxicology results, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner Liam Funte ruled her death a homicide.

A Massachusetts woman who died at a Maine vacation home in February was the victim of a homicide, officials said Thursday.

Officials responded on Feb. 24 to a home in Lovell, Maine, to conduct a welfare check on 41-year-old Jennifer Lingard of Dighton, Massachusetts. Lingard was in Lovell vacationing at her family’s home.

Officers found Lingard dead in the home with her two young children, who were unharmed.

Maine State Police Detectives worked with police in Newport, Rhode Island to locate and speak with 33-year-old Sami Daou, of Newport, who was vacationing with Lingard and her children in Maine. Officials said Lingard and Daou were in a relationship at the time.

Daou was found dead Feb. 26 inside his Rhode Island home. The Rhode Island medical examiner determined that Daou died as a result of a drug overdose.

Officials conducted an autopsy following Lingard’s death in February. After recently receiving toxicology results, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner Liam Funte ruled her death a homicide.

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