Cocaine toxicity reconfirmed as cause of Anita Stevenson's death

Cocaine toxicity reconfirmed as cause of Anita Stevenson's death
 

The cause of death of a mum-of-two whose body was found in secluded woodland has been reconfirmed as cocaine toxicity, an inquest has heard.
Anita Stevenson disappeared last October sparking a high-profile effort to find the 39-year-old.
Liverpool Coroner’s Court today set a date in October for her full inquest.
Ms Stevenson’s husband Craig, 41, was arrested on suspicion of murder following her disappearance and the review hearing was today told that tests had completely ruled him out as having any involvement in the tragedy.
However, the court heard, tensions remain between two sides of... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 39
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