Documents: Scottsdale woman killed in home had head injury

New details have surfaced about the Scottsdale woman who was found dead inside her home last week.

Court documents reveal she was found on the floor in a pool of blood with an obvious head injury.

It's been more than a week since 31-year-old Allison Feldman was found dead inside her home, and police still have not named any suspects or made an arrest in the homicide case.

But according to court records, detectives are keeping an eye on a man they believe could be involved.

According to an affidavit, Feldman's boyfriend called for help after he arrived at her home and found her dead.

Emergency personnel located Feldman's nude body on the floor in the main hallway of the house.

She had a cloth around her head, had a serious head injury and was lying in a large pool of blood.

Detectives also looked at surveillance video taken from a neighbor's camera, which confirms Feldman's boyfriend's statement that he arrived at the home, only to find her bloody body.

The documents also reveal that detectives are seeking a warrant to monitor a man who Feldman knew and had asked her out on a date before.

Until someone is arrested, people in her neighborhood say they're living in fear, with their doors locked and their guns loaded.

But police say this homicide is an isolated incident.

The documents also indicate that a white substance was found on the floor near Feldman's body and there was a odor of bleach inside the home.

Scottsdale police declined to comment on the new information.
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