Authorities have released the cause of death of a woman who was found dead in her Houston home in October.
Houston police said 25-year-old Meghan Hairston was found dead on the evening of October 28 in her home in the 5900 block of Bridlington near South Post Oak.
Houston police said Hairston reported an aggravated robbery at her home the week prior involving four suspects who forced their way inside and stole several items. She was then taken by the suspects to several ATMs in the area to withdraw cash.
Officials said Hairston was eventually dropped off unharmed.
The next day, police said Hairston reported her home had been burglarized by two unknown suspects. In that incident, her vehicle was stolen. The vehicle was found a few days before her death.
Police said during their investigation, officers determined narcotics activity had been taking place at Hairston's residence. The reported home invasion and stolen vehicle were believed to be narcotics related.
The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences ruled Hairston's death was from natural causes. Officials said she suffered a medical condition known as diabetic ketoacidosis.
Police said no foul play was found in this case.