On Monday, police in Woonsocket, Rhode Island discovered the bodies of a man and a woman inside the home of former mayor Susan Menard. The cause of death is not yet known, but the bodies are believed to have been decomposing for some time.
Menard, who served as mayor from 1995 to 2009, is said to have been living alone in recent years. Neighbors report that they had not seen her for some time, and the house was in a state of disrepair. The discovery of the bodies has shocked the community, and an investigation is ongoing.
Is Susan Menard Dead or Alive?
On Monday, authorities in Woonsocket, Rhode Island were in shock by realizing the decomposed bodies of an elderly man and woman inside the former home of ex-Woonsocket mayor Susan Menard. Menard served as the city’s leader for more than a decade, from 1995 to 2009.
At this time, it is unclear whether Menard is one of the two victims found in the home. Police have said that the bodies were “badly decayed,” and the medical examiner is still investigating. Authorities are also working to determine how long the bodies had been in the home.
Neighbors told local news station Kiro7.com that they had not seen Menard in years, and that the home had fallen into disrepair. “It’s just a shame,” one neighbor said. “I feel bad for her.”
The discovery of the bodies has left many questions unanswered. What happened to Susan Menard? And what happened to the two people found in her former home? We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.