(Update 6/18/21) The adult female who was found deceased in the home at 1 Lyndale Park has
been positively identified as forty-six-year-old Tracy Do. The deceased juvenile also resided at
the above address and is Ms. Do’s daughter.

On June 18, 2021, the two deceased individuals were brought to the State Medical Examiner’s
office in Farmington to be autopsied. The Medical Examiner determined that the seven-year-
old had drowned and ruled her death a homicide. The Medical Examiner ruled Ms. Do’s death
a suicide. The Westport Police Detective Bureau along with the State Police Western District
Major Crimes Unit continue to investigate the facts and circumstances related to these two

Chief Koskinas stated that “this is a horrible tragedy, and the police department is keeping the
family as well as the community that was so deeply affected by this in our thoughts and
At this time, we are not releasing any further information related to this case.

#Westport, CT At approximately 4:00 p.m. on this date the Westport Police Department along
with Westport Emergency Medical Services and the Westport Fire Department responded to a
home in Westport on a report of an unresponsive female. Upon arrival, an adult female was
located inside the home, and it was determined that she was deceased. After finding the female,
the officers went through the interior of the residence to determine if anyone else was inside. It
was at that time that officers located a seven-year-old child who was also deceased.

The Westport Police is in the beginning stages of this investigation and is being assisted by the
State Police Major Crimes Unit. This appears to be an isolated incident and we do not believe that there is any active threat to the community.

Stephen Krauchick

By Stephen Krauchick

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