CASE CLOSED

Police Conclude Houston Death Probe

Three months after the death of Whitney Houston, police have finally concluded their investigation into the Grammy-winner’s death, reiterating that they found no indications of foul play. Beverly Hills Police Lt. Mark Rosen confirmed they had closed the case Wednesday after reviewing Houston’s full autopsy report, which attributed the 48-year-old singer’s death to accidental drowning. The coroner’s office said cocaine use and heart disease also played a role in her death. Houston had cocaine in her system when she was found dead in a bathtub Feb. 11, a day before she was scheduled to attend the Grammy Awards.