Daughter Of Orlando Commissioner Dies Mysteriously
The daughter of Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill has died under mysterious circumstances.
Arvonni DeBose, 24, was taken to the hospital Friday afternoon after she was found at her home in Tallahassee need of medical assistance, and passed away later that day.
The tragedy comes a little over a month after Hill’s two sons – Rakeem Hill, 27, and Omari Nembhard, 26 – were arrested in a raid on her home in Orange County in which police found methamphetamine, cannabis and cocaine.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that police are referring to the incident as an ‘unattended death,’ meaning DeBose was healthy before she passed away.
They are now interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence in an attempt to find out what happened to the young woman. An autopsy is also being conducted by the medical examiner.
Hill was elected to office in May 2014 and has had a difficult year dealing with the arrest of her two sons.
The two were found with 60 grams of meth, 37 grams of cocaine and 152 grams of marijuana as well as two semi-automatic firearms – one of which was stolen. They were charged with trafficking and both pleaded not guilty.
Hill – who was not home at the time and denied any involvement – is not facing any charges.
Nembhard’s 5-year-old daughter was also at the home during the raid, which came after authorities spent two months monitoring the house.
What a sad and strange turn of events…