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The Hamilton County Attorney’s office has released the identity of the individual who died in Aurora on Tuesday as 59-year-old Debra H. Miller of 1003 M St.
Miller was found unresponsive in her home on Tuesday and rescue personnel responding to the scene determined that she had passed away sometime that morning.  An autopsy has been performed and the matter is not being treated as a homicide at this time, pending the outcome of toxicology results. Those results will not be available for some time.
Aurora police reported that there was a domestic disturbance several hours prior to Miller’s death, at which time her husband was arrested for domestic assault.  It does not appear at this time that the assault caused her death and the matters are being investigated in tandem, but as separate incidents.

In this photo, crime scene tape encompassed the historic house on the northeast corner of 10th and M streets Tuesday afternoon and three police officers, ambulance service personnel and county attorney Michael Powell (pictured at left) were on the scene. Powell confirmed that there was a death and said it was being treated as a crime scene. Also pictured is Aurora Police Chief Godfrey Brokenrope.

 
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