Somervell County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Dwayne Griffin has confirmed that a woman whose body was found early last Friday evening in a campground cabin is not being handled as a homicide.

The woman, whose identity has not been released, had been living in one of the cabins at Sandlin’s campground on the Brazos River, Griffin said Tuesday morning.

She was found inside a cabin by the owner of the campground, which is a few miles east of Glen Rose.

“At this time it is not being investigated as a homicide, pending results from the medical examiner,” Griffin stated.

Her body was taken to a medical examiner for an autopsy.

Griffin said that although preliminary autopsy results could be available soon, “it can take six to eight weeks to receive the toxicology report. We’ll probably receive the preliminary report sometime this week.”