Preliminary autopsy results for 23 year-old Julia Niswender are back, but they don't shed much light on how the Eastern Michigan University junior died. Ypsilanti police say the cause of death is listed as "pending". Toxicology results will take another two or three weeks. Investigators say there were no outward signs of trauma to Niswender's body, but there were indications of "possible foul play". Niswender's body was discovered Tuesday night in her off-campus apartment in the 1000 block of Huron River Drive. Her death is being treated as a possible homicide.
Julia Niswender's Preliminary Autopsy Results In
By Robert Eccles • Dec 13, 2012