(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - So many questions remain about the events that led up to Monday's deadly discovery in Bedford, New Hampshire.
FOX 25's Bob Ward has created a timeline in hopes of shedding some light on this investigation.
Nov. 2011 – Dr. Eduardo Quesada was first arrested in a domestic assault case. He was charged with simple assault and with obstructing the report of a crime or injury. However, the case was dropped and there is not much known about that alleged assault.
Nov. 24, 2012 – A home invasion reportedly occurred at the Quesada's Proclamation Point home just after 10 p.m. The doctor was found bloodied in the house, and his wife ran down the long driveway to a neighbor's home to call police. The couple's two-year-old daughter was in the house unharmed. The doctor's injuries were life-threatening, and he was hospitalized for quite some time. Sonia Quesada was treated and released.
At the time, police said the attack appeared random and that neighbors didn't have to worry. A couple of days later, police said they were looking for a six-foot tall man who wore a black ski mask during the home invasion. They warned residents to be vigilant.
FOX 25's Bob Ward attended the November press conference, and police would not give any details of any possible motive or weapon used. It appeared the description came from Sonia because the doctor was hospitalized.
Jan. 7, 2013 – Sonia was found dead in the home of the doctor's mother, across town in Bedford. The doctor was discovered unconscious.
Police said they found a large amount of prescription pills inside the home, but they were very careful to say that there was no sign of forced entry, and no injuries on the doctor or his wife. The doctor remains hospitalized.
Again, police are remaining tight-lipped.
Police are still searching for the six foot male suspect who reportedly entered the Quesada's home in November. The Hillsboro County Attorney said they are still looking for him, and the home invasion and the most recent incident are two completely separate investigations.
The FBI, the DEA, and the New Hampshire State Police have all looked into this and are continuing their investigations.
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