Woman died days before Maryland couple at same Dominican Republic hotel

Larry Hoffman
June 8, 2019

Meanwhile, a DE woman named Tammy Lawrence-Daley said she was attacked in the Dominican Republic at another all-inclusive resort while she was vacationing with her husband and some friends.

In a statement to Fox News, the hotel stopped short of taking responsibility for the woman's passing. "After receiving no obvious response, she disclosed her model of the case, 4 months after it came about".

Efforts to reach Lawrence-Daley for a response were unsuccessful on Wednesday.

"They found another black couple dead in their resort in Dominican Republic.*scratches DR off my to travel list*", tweeted @IndiaAlmighty.

Still, McDonald said, the facts surrounding both Schaup's and the couple's deaths don't add up. They arrived the same day Schaup died and were supposed to leave May 30. Less than two hours later, she was dead, local authorities said. Ravenelle reportedly had ended up at a hospital, where she died. Investigators said they also found high blood pressure medication and three prescription pill bottles in the room, one of which contained 5 mg doses of the painkiller Oxycodone.

In March, a NY couple visiting the Dominican Republican was reported missing after they did not get on their flight home even though they checked out of their hotel at the scheduled time.

- Dawn McCoy was preparing to mark the one year anniversary of her husband David Harrison's death on July 14th in the Dominican Republic because she feels his spirit is there.

"After their investigation, authorities understand that the scenario is still unclear, and that there are weak points and unanswered questions to answer in this odd and unusual case".

"Some recordsdata media sources in the United States have reported on the story all in favour of her accounts are precise and definitive, as a change of expecting a final resolution of the case, that now not easiest impacts Majestic Resorts, nevertheless also tourism for the full Dominican Republic".

A Pennsylvania woman was found dead in a hotel in the Dominican Republic five days before a Maryland couple was found dead in the same resort. Police said they were investigating the deaths, which relatives of all the three tourists have called suspicious.

CNN reports that Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41, from Allentown Pennsylvania, had barely enjoyed a drink after checking in to Bahia Principe Hotel on May 25.

The U.S. State Department, which assisted local authorities in contacting the couple's families and arranging for the transport of their remains, said its officials are in "close contact" with investigators. "We are deeply saddened by this situation and express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased". She had a drink at the hotel's minibar before falling ill and collapsing suddenly in her room later on.

The Dominican Republic National Police confirmed that Schaup-Werner died from respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, and an autopsy from medical examiners revealed that the couple died from the same causes.

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