Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac was found dead on Tuesday, confirmed by Bakersfield officials. Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac is said to have likely endeavored to reach the residence of her boyfriend by descending along the chimney of the house.
Reports suggest that the 49-year-old Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac first attempted to enter the home with a spade. She then moved up a ladder to the top, and fell down the pipe. Jacquelyn Kotarac’s dead body was found after three days of the incident. Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac’s death is being attributed to mechanical asphyxia.
Meanwhile sources have confirmed that Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac and her boyfriend were engaged in an “on-again, off-again” affiliation. Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac’s boyfriends’ identity has not yet been exposed by police, but the owner of the residence is William Moodie. Meanwhile Moodie declines to give detailed explanations of incident except a few words as per the instructions of the authorities.
Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac was a popular board-certified Internist. She was reportedly said to be dealing up to two hundred cases per week. “She was a very good doctor, a wonderful person,” William Moodie said. “She just had her problems”, he adds.
“The Bakersfield Police Department has been investigating the death as suspicious from the onset and there is no evidence of foul play,” said Mary DeGeare, police sergeant, in a news release. “All the evidence, thus far, indicates the woman voluntarily accessed the roof via a permanent ladder and voluntarily removed the chimney cap then slid down the flue feet first”, he continues.
Meanwhile medical examination of the dead body of Dr. Jacquelyn Kotarac is planned for Tuesday, September 1st.