ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP —The body of a woman who was found in a driveway on East 39th Street has been identified.
Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office Lt. Terry Moisio said investigators were able to confirm the woman's identity using fingerprint records.
Kayla Anne Coachman, 28, of Ashtabula, died Tuesday, according to Ashtabula County Coroner's Office investigator Tom Despenes.
Authorities sought to identify Coachman after her body was found Tuesday morning in the 1900 block of East 39th Street.
A homeowner found her just after 6:30 a.m. lying face down in a driveway between a vehicle and a deck on his home, Despenes said.
The Sheriff's Office put out a press release Tuesday morning seeking clues to her identity. She was described as being in her late 30s or early 40s, around five feet three inches tall with brown hair and a heavy-set build. She was wearing an Old Navy sweatshirt with the logo "Eastside 22", blue jeans with leggings underneath and black and white Under Armour tennis shoes.
Coachman did not have a driver's license or identification card, Despenes said. Her father was notified of her death Tuesday afternoon, he said.
The cause of Coachman's death is currently undetermined although drug use is suspected, Despenes said. It could take up to six weeks to get toxicology results back, he said.
"We're looking at it as a potential overdose," he said.
Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office Lt. Terry Moisio said while there wasn't an indication of how the woman died, her death is not believed to be a homicide. There were no signs of trauma, Coachman said.