Latest Developments: Investigators continue to look into the death of Emma Nahas - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Latest Developments: Investigators continue to look into the death of Emma Nahas

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The death of Emma Nahas is still keeping investigators busy a month after she first went missing. 

Since then, the owner of a boat's owner Alex Susu has been charged with Boating under the Influence and detectives are still hounding him for answers.

In addition to Emma their eight other people on board five women and three guys and all but one has cooperated with investigators.

Alex Susu is now telling authorities, I'm not talking to you.

He's the only one out of the eight people on board who has yet to give a statement.

Susu was cited by the coast guard with boating under the influence. It was a big vessel filled with booze and at least two under age girls including Emma.

You may recall, Emma jumped into the water on her own for a last minute swim along with John Slyman but she never made it back on the boat.

Investigators tell 19 Action News Investigator Reporter Scott Taylor that test results on what was in Emma's system is the last piece of evidence they need before handing their entire investigation over to the Cuyahoga County prosecutor's office.

Prosecutor's will decide if anyone on the boat will be charged in Emma's death.

Those test results should be back sometime in August. 

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