SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - A California woman’s Fitbit helped provide clues to police investigating her death, leading to the arrest of her 90-year-old stepfather this week.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported Friday that Navarra’s Fitbit recorded a rapid rise in her heart rate before a sudden drop-off to nothing, helping San Jose police piece together clues to her death.
The newspaper reported that an autopsy found “multiple deep and intrusive wounds” to her head and facial area, likely inflicted by a small hatchet or ax.
It could not immediately be determined if Aiello has an attorney.
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