SAN DIEGO - The sister of a woman who was found dead with her ankles and wrists bound at a suburban San Diego mansion says investigators have ruled the death a suicide.
Mary Zahau-Loehner said Thursday that she was unconvinced when San Diego County sheriff's investigators explained their findings during a visit to her home in St. Joseph, Mo.
Sheriff's department spokeswoman Jan Caldwell declined to comment. Investigators plan a news conference Friday in San Diego.
Zahau-Loehner said she spoke with her sister the night before her body was found and she gave no indication that she planned to take her own life.
Rebecca Zahau was found dead July 13 in the Coronado home, two days after a 6-year-old boy under her care was seriously injured in a fall down the stairs.
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