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No foul play in death originally ruled suspicious at Fairmont Avenue home

By Shavonne Potts

shavonne.potts@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — The death of a woman who was found Monday at her Fairmont Avenue home was determined to be the result of natural causes, said Salisbury police spokesman Lt. Lee Walker.

Denise Mary Sabol, 59, had not been seen for days before police were notified.

Because of the circumstances of her death, police were investigating Sabol’s death as suspicious. A friend and caretaker had not heard from Sabol in a while, Walker said.

Walker had said they did not believe that she had health issues. A medical examiner confirmed there was no foul play in Sabol’s death.

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