Woman found dead at Kachemak Drive home
A Homer man found a friend dead in her bed at their Kachemak Drive home, Homer Police said in a press release on Dec. 13. About 7:30 a.m. Tuesday a 44-year-old man made a 911 call reporting he found his friend, Lisa Tinnin, not breathing and unresponsive. Homer Police and Homer Volunteer Fire Department medics responded to the home, a trailer on east Kachemak Drive near the Northern Enterprises Boatyard. Medics found Tinnin, 37, dead in her bed. No signs of foul play were observed. Tinnin’s next of kin has been notified.
Homer Police Chief Mark Robl said he did not know if Tinnin had any prior medical history. He said it was too early to speculate on the cause of death. An autopsy will be performed, including a toxicology screening. Robl said the trailer was heated and there was no problem with exposure.
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