Bob Saget death: no evidence of any crime in Florida hotel room, deputies say

Bob Saget death: no evidence of any crime in Florida hotel room, deputies say

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office released an investigative report into the death of Bob Saget on Monday.

The report indicates that Saget was expected to leave on Sunday and his family were unable to reach him.

Family members contacted the Ritz-Carlton Orlando in Grande Lakes. Hotel security sent a team member to conduct a wellness check.

When the member of the security team entered the room, he noticed that all the lights were off.

Investigators found no signs of foul play. The room was “tidy” with Saget items on the nightstand, TV cabinet, closet, and bathroom.

According to the report, “Saget’s left arm was on his chest while his right arm rested on the bed. No signs of trauma were observed ”. He noted that Saget was in his bed and was “cool to the touch, yellow and wet.” No pulse or respiration detected.

According to agents, Saget last used his room key to enter the room at 2:17 a.m.

Hotel management spoke with Saget’s wife, Kelly Rizzo, to inform her of his death. He was then pronounced dead at 4:18 p.m.

At this time, there is no evidence of drug use or foul play. The cause and manner of death are pending further study and research, which can take 10-12 weeks to complete.

Saget was scheduled to tour various locations in Florida, including Orlando, Ponte Verde Beach, West Palm Beach, and Dania Beach.

Saget was known for his long career as a comedian, as well as for his role as Danny Tanner on the show “Full House.” Also, he was the host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” for much of the 1990s.