The Cleveland woman’s death in April resulted in a murder for medical neglect, police said

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The death of a 78-year-old woman in April was categorized as a murder due to medical neglect, said.

did not reveal the name of the woman, who was discovered with numerous injuries in her on Melville Road near East 188th Street on April 4, Police spokesperson Sgt. Said Jennifer Ciaccia said. The officers went within to do a social check.

Paramedics pertained to take her to a regional medical facility for treatment and she passed away 2 days later on, Ciaccia said.

The Cuyahoga County coroner ruled on December 10 that her death was a murder due to medical neglect, Ciaccia said.

The Cleveland Department Homicide Squad is managing the examination, Ciaccia said.

There were no arrests associated with the woman’s death.

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