Dr. Eduardo Quesada and his wife Sonia Quesada were both hospitalized with serious injuries after they claimed to be victims of a home invasion attack at their Bedford, New Hampshire home on November 24, 2012.
At the time, the Quesadas gave police a description of a six-foot-tall man wearing a black ski mask and dark clothes, reports the Daily Mail.
One year earlier, Dr. Quesada faced charges of assault and obstructing the report of a crime from an November 2011 domestic disturbance call, but the charges were dropped.
But the story turned even stranger on Monday when Dr. Eduardo Quesada was found unconscious and his wife Sonia Quesada was declared dead on arrival in a suspected suicide by paramedics at Dr. Quesada's mother's Bedford, New Hampshire condominium.
The couple's 2-year-old daughter was not at the home during the incident and police said that she was in the custody of a family member.
Relatives called 911 at around 10 a.m. on Monday after they could not reach the Quesadas by telephone.
Police Chief John Bryfonski said that a "large amount of prescription medication" was found in the condo.
Chief Bryfonski said there were no signs of forced entry and that police had to break down the door to get into the condominium, owned by Norma Quesada, the mother of the doctor.