Throughout the investigation, there were multiple tests done as well as observations of the crime scene and an autopsy of Anna Garcia’s body; this provided a thorough analysis of the death of Anna Garcia. The fingerprint belonged to Alex Garcia, the blood belonged to either Alex or Anna Garcia, the shoeprint belonged to Anna Garcia, the hair belonged to Anna Garcia, the unknown substance was acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin), blood spatter analysis allowed us to determine that the height of the origin of the blood was 100 centimeters up, which wasn’t very accurate, and the DNA analysis showed the the DNA belonged to Anna Garcia. The fingerprint at the scene was found to belong to Alex Garcia, but the hair, DNA, and shoe print all belonged to Anna; the blood type was of both Alex Garcia and Anna Garcia, which led to an inconclusive test. The only suspect that could possibly be placed at the scene at the time of death is Alex Garcia.
However, there is not enough evidence to plainly conclude that it was a homicide. As a matter of fact, I think that the manner of death might have just been an accident. The only fingerprints that were found were on a cup and there are no signs of a struggle, indicating she probably wasn’t pushed. The only shoe at the house was Anna Garcia’s and no hair was found at the house except Anna’s at the scene. The unknown substance determined, acetylsalicylic acid, is easy to get and is commonly used.
Through the blood spatter analysis, we determined that she was falling so her being unconscious due to medical conditions is a possibility. The autopsy reported no abnormal behavior, no outside influence, and no struggle; therefore, it doesn’t look like her death was deliberate.