The 911 call involved with Erica Blasberg’s May 9 suicide was released by Henderson, Nev., Police today - along with the arrest of the man who phoned in that call after discovering Blasberg’s body.
The caller, Dr. Thomas Hess, turned himself into authorities today after an arrest warrant was issued for him on the charge of obstruction of justice. He has since posted bail and been released.
Blasberg’s father Mel is reportedly demanding that Hess reveal more of what he thinks Hess knows about the suicide of his daughter. Read more…
The LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL reports Tuesday afternoon that the death of pro golfer Erica Blasberg has been ruled suicide by the Clark County coroner.
Though not accused of affecting Blasberg’s death, Henderson, Nev., Police today issued an arrest warrant for Dr. Thomas Hess. The warrant includes obstruction of justice charges as it pertains to the removal of items from the scene of Blasberg’s death before police arrived on May 9.
More details of the nature of Blasberg’s passing were also provided by the coroner and police today.
Blasberg, 25, was found with a plastic bag over her head at her home at 2620 Hotel de Ville Terrace in the Anthem community on May 9. Read more…