Police in suburban Dallas say a woman suspected in the January death of her 10-year-old son appears to have killed her husband before committing suicide last month at their home.
Police in a Collin County city say they discovered a note and pills next to one of two people found dead in the same home where the couple’s 10-year-old son was discovered months earlier.
Frisco police said inside the house on Mountain View Lane, they found 43-year-old Sumeet Dhawan with signs of blunt force trauma to the head.
The Collin County Medical Examiner confirmed Thursday evening the two bodies found at a home on Mountain View Lane are Sumeet Dhawan, 43, and his wife Pallavi Dhawan, 39.
The Collin County Medical Examiner and Frisco police say they won’t release the identities until Friday, the bodies are widely believed to be Sumeet Dhawan and his wife Pallavi.
The bodies found in a Frisco home yesterday are most likely Sumeet and Pallavi Dhawan, said the attorney who has been representing the family in a murder investigation.
Two bodies were discovered on Wednesday afternoon at the same Frisco house where a 10-year-old boy was found dead earlier this year.
Police discovered two dead bodies at a Collin County home Wednesday. The location is the residence of Pallavi Dhawan and her husband Sumeet. Pallavi is the Frisco woman accused of killing her son back in January.
Collin County prosecutors are on the verge of letting a grand jury hear the murder case against a Frisco woman accused of killing her son.
Frisco police have apparently relented and are giving a woman accused of the first-degree murder of her 10-year-old son her car back. Attorney David Finn says the family of Pallavi Dhawan is at the Frisco Police Department.
The Frisco mother accused of killing her 10-year-old son was in court on Wednesday. Her attorney demanded that police return personal possessions to the family.
A Frisco father is asking police to drop the murder charge against his wife. Pallavi Dhawan is accused of killing her son in February, but the family says a recently completed autopsy helps prove her innocence.