DAVIDSON, N.C. - Channel 9 uncovered more details surrounding the suspicious death of a Davidson woman.
Police said they found Sarah Long dead with a gunshot wound to her head in her home in August.
According to police, a man told them he had a romantic relationship with the married woman and she "had cervical cancer and was suicidal."
But police said they spoke with Long's doctor and she never had cancer, according to a search warrant.
The Mooresville doctor said Long did have abnormal cells on her cervix but the condition was treatable.
The doctor doubts Long misunderstood the conversation because she'd already been treated for the same issue in the past.
The man, who Channel 9 is not naming, told police three weeks prior to Long's death that he received documents stating he was the "primary beneficiary of 100 percent of her assets," amounting to nearly $940,000.
A medical examiner has questioned a lack of blood on Long's hand and noted where the gun ended up was in a "odd location."
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