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Florida woman found dead on cruise bound for the Bahamas

A 27-year-old Florida woman died on a cruise while traveling to the Bahamas earlier this week while officials discovered cocaine in her cabin.
The passenger was found unresponsive around 5:30 p.m. on Monday.
“A team of medical personnel from the ship assisted and performed CPR, but no vital signs of life were detected and she was declared deceased,” the Royal Bahamas Police Force said in a statement.
3 The passenger was found unresponsive inside her cabin at around 5:30 p.m. on Monday as the boat, not pictured, made its way down to the Caribbean nation. Universal Images Group via Getty Images
No official cause of death has been revealed for the woman.
“An autopsy will be conducted to determine the exact cause of death. Investigations are ongoing into this incident.”
A 32-year-old American male, also from Florida, was arrested by the RBPF after their investigation led to the discovery and confiscation of a “quantity of suspected cocaine from the cabin.”
The identities of both Florida residents have not been released.
3 A 32-year-old American male, also from Florida, was arrested by the RBPF after their investigation led to the discovery and confiscation of a “quantity of suspected cocaine from the cabin.” LightRocket via Getty Images
Monday’s death comes a month after two Kentucky moms were drugged and raped while at a resort enjoying the day at the port from their Carnival Cruise on the Grand Bahama Island.
Friends Amber Shearer and Dongayla Dobson were on their kids-free vacation at the Pirates Cove Resort when a male staffer allegedly offered them a two-for-one tropical drink deal.
The drinks, however, were reportedly stronger than expected, and both women became highly intoxicated 15 minutes after their first sips, Dobson told NewsNation’s “Cuomo.”
3 Monday’s death comes a month after two Kentucky moms, Amber Shearer and Dongayla Dobson, were drugged and raped while at a resort enjoying the day at the port from their Carnival Cruise on the Grand Bahama Island. Amber Nicole Shearer / Instagram
A second resort employee had allegedly lured the women to a secluded area and led them to where they were eventually assaulted while in their impaired state.
Ladonna Batty, a family nurse from Arkansas, was a passenger on the same Carnival cruise the women were on when the ship docked at the Grand Bahama island.
“Out of my 20-odd years of practicing, it was the worst scene that I had ever had to work. It was a horrible situation for both girls,” Batty told LEX 18. “Worst thing I’ve ever seen. They were in horrible shambles.”

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