ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has released an incident report on the death of Bob Saget.
According to the report, on Sunday, deputies responded to a “man down” call at The Ritz Carlton at 4012 Central Florida Parkway.
Deputies said that when they arrived, Orange County Fire Rescue was already on the scene and pronounced the male deceased shortly after they arrived.
According to deputies, the male, later identified as Bob Saget, was declared deceased at 4:18 p.m. on Sunday.
Deputies said that Saget was found lying face up in bed with his left arm across his chest and his right arm resting on the bed.
No signs of trauma or foul play were found at the scene, deputies said.
According to the incident report, Saget was scheduled to check out of his room on Sunday and his family had no been able to get a hold of him.
Family members contacted Ritz Carlton security to check on Saget’s well-being, deputies said.
Security received no response after knocking several times and proceeded to enter the room, where the lights were off and Saget was found unresponsive in the bed, according to the report.
Deputies said that security checked Saget for breathing and a pulse but none were detected. Saget was also “cold to the touch, yellow and clammy”.
At this time, hotel security called 911. The redacted 911 call was released by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
According to deputies, Saget used his room key to enter the room at 2:17 a.m. on Sunday.
While on the scene, hotel management spoke with Mr. Saget’s wife, Kelly Rizzo, over the phone to inform her of his passing after consulting with their legal team.
As a matter of procedure, the scene was turned over to homicide investigators.
According to the Orange County medical examiners office, there is no evidence of drug use or foul play at this time.
The autopsy report will be release when finalized.
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