Grover Beach woman apparently dies of overdose

2013-06-19T16:43:00Z Grover Beach woman apparently dies of overdoseStaff report Santa Maria Times
June 19, 2013 4:43 pm  • 

Police and coroner’s officials are investigating the death of a Grover Beach woman from an apparent drug overdose early this morning.

About 4:17 a.m., Grover Beach police officers went to Arroyo Grande Community Hospital, where the medical staff said a 23-year-old woman suffered a drug overdose at a residence in the 1200 block of Longbranch Avenue.

The victim’s name will not be released until relatives are notified, police said.

A San Luis Obispo County sheriff's-coroner investigator began a death investigation at the hospital, while police detectives processed the scene at the residence.

An autopsy on the victim is scheduled for later this week.

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