Daughter of Orlando Commissioner found Dead in Tallahassee

| September 1, 2015


TALLAHASSEE — Tallahassee Police are investigating after the death of the daughter of an Orlando Commissioner.

Authorities said they were called to the home of Arvonni DeBose, 24, on Friday. She was given medical care but later died at the hospital. Authorities have released no other details, but are calling it a so-called “unattended death” meaning the victim was in good health before she died.

The Orlando Sentinel reports that DeBose is the daughter of Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill.

Investigators say they are interviewing witnesses and processing evidence. An autopsy will be done to determine the cause of death.


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