Lauren Smith-Fields’s family announced that last week they planned lawsuit against the town following they claimed Bridgeport Police ‘failed’ to adequately investigate the death of the 23-year-old at the hands of Connecticut, US
Police are reopening their investigation in the case of one of their students whose body was discovered after hours of an night out on a Bumble date.
Cops claimed that Lauren Smith-Fields 23 had been killed Connecticut, US, by an extremely lethal mix of drugs following a meeting with an individual on The on-line dating site on December.
Statewide, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner recently concluded that her death an accident due to “acute intoxication”.
The combination of promethazine and fentanyl alcohol, and hydroxyzine caused that young girl to die. her life. The cause was taken care of.
Six weeks later, when her death in her house, police have confirmed that they will begin a criminal investigation.
She was having a romantic date in a bar with Matthew LaFountain, a 37-year-old engineer in the field of design, and it’s been disclosed.
The incident comes following her family and friends have accused police of not giving her enough time they threatened to file a lawsuit against the police force.
The police are turning their efforts to “the factors that led to her untimely death,” the interim police chief Rebeca Garcia released an official statement.
“Fentanyl is a strong narcotic associated with an epidemic of opioid-related overdose deaths in the United States,” the police stated. “The City of Bridgeport is not immune to this epidemic.”