Prince’s Death Ruled Not a Suicide; Sheriff states, “No Obvious Signs of Trauma”

Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson stated there were “no obvious signs of trauma” found on Prince Roger William’s body after the music legend was discovered unresponsive in his home on Thursday morning at 10:07 A.M. The beloved singer was famous for popular hits like “Purple Rain,” “Little Red Corvette,” Raspberry Beret,” and more. Prince was found unconscious in the elevator of his Paisley Park Estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota. He was reported last seen alive at around 8 P.M. on Wednesday, the night before his tragic death, after a friend stated he had dropped him off at his home for the night, Olson explained. “There is no reason to believe at this point that it was a suicide,” Olson announced at the press conference. He also stated that the coroner had finished an autopsy on the star’s body the following morning, however office spokeswoman Martha Weaver stated the results could take up to several weeks. Weaver went on to explain that Prince’s body had already been promptly returned to his family after the
autopsy was complete and a date for the upcoming funeral service is still unclear.

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