An autopsy into a New Hampshire inmate who died while awaiting trial on charges that he killed his mother off the coast of Rhode Island to inherit millions of dollars was deemed not suspicious, according to an autopsy report released Wednesday by the New Hampshire attorney general’s office.
Nathan Carman, 29, of Vernon, Vermont, was scheduled to go to trial in October for what prosecutors described as a scheme to inherit millions of dollars.
Last year, Carman pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of his mother, Linda Carman of Middletown, Connecticut, as well as fraud.
On June 15, as Carman was awaiting trial, he was found dead in a county jail cell in New Hampshire.
The cause and manner of deaths classified as “not suspicious,” are not released by the attorney general’s office, spokesperson Michael Garrity told the Associated Press.
Likewise, the U.S. Marshals Service in Vermont said at the request of the family, it would not release Carman’s cause of death.
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A death is not suspicious when it is determined no crime was committed or nobody else was involved.
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