Doctor's house searched after wife suspects poison in the coffee
The street was quiet all afternoon -- now and then a dog barked, squirrels chattered or a car drove by -- but otherwise all was calm.
Even the investigators searching the stone home at 102 Fairy Trail worked quietly, slipping in and out of the house as neighbors watched.
For more than two hours Tuesday afternoon, investigators from the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office and Lookout Mountain Police Department searched the home of Dr. Hal Hill and his wife, Liesa.
Officials carried bags, backpacks and envelops labeled "Evidence" into Hill's house. They also photographed the inside of a car in the driveway.
On Friday, Liesa Hill filed an order of protection against her husband in Hamilton County Circuit Court after suspecting that her husband was poisoning her coffee. She had been ill since 2011, but doctors had been unable to pinpoint the cause of her condition, which steadily worsened.
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