Mystery surrounds Kingwood deaths

Medical examiner mum on autopsy results

Published On: Jul 12 2012 03:53:55 PM CDT   Updated On: Jul 12 2012 06:37:19 PM CDT
KINGWOOD, Texas -

The autopsies for a teenage girl and a man found dead inside a Kingwood home are in, but, so far, the medical examiner isn't talking.

On Wednesday, Norman Armstrong, 43, and a teenage girl, who is believed to have been the man's niece, were found dead inside a home on Rose Mill Drive.

Sources close to the investigation said they found pills inside the home, and suspect they could be Xanax pills. Montgomery County sheriff's deputies said drugs played a role in their deaths, but have not said what drugs.

Officials said Armstrong and the girl were found together in bed, fully clothed by Armstrong's roommate.

Sources to Local 2 said a baggie full of pills were found beside the bed on a nightstand closest to Armstrong.

They also said the two were apparently watching the movie "Pulp Fiction" at the time they possibly overdosed.

These details trouble Armstrong's father, Norman.

"He was a good kid. He showed up to work all the time," he said.

The father said he's not surprised authorities found drugs in the house, because he said his son had been battling an addiction to alcohol for years.

"I did walk through his room and see a few of his artifacts and it pulled at the heart strings," Armstrong said.

Investigators said they don't suspect foul play was involved.