Lt. Corina said that at this time the department is not planning on pressing additional charges but that he hopes more witnesses will come forward.
She told the Mirror: "The saddest part for me now is that we would have got on well and she would have got a lot of joy from me and my sister Courtney. We thought it was a good idea just to let everyone know kinda where we're at with the investigation".
"For the first time" there are "witness statements that portray a new sequence of events that night", a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a statement released by CBS.
Although Walken has not been named by investigators, Wood's death has been classified as suspicious and Wagner has been named a person of interest. "Or did she accidentally fall in the water?" You bet. His version of events doesn't add up to what we've found. Investigators are now calling 87-year-old actor Robert Wagner a "person of interest" in the 1981 death of his wife Natalie Wood.
Circumstances surrounding Wood's death have been labelled "suspicious" by the Sheriff's Department, after new witnesses came forward last week.
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Davern later wrote that Wood left to go to her stateroom afterward, but he heard the two arguing in their room, making him turn up the volume on his radio.
She met Wagner on her 18th birthday, in a studio-arranged date with a man eight years her senior. "Time is our biggest enemy here", Corina said. "When all the tips dry up, we'll move on to the next case".
"Anybody there saw the logistics - of the boat, the night, where we were, that it was raining - and would know exactly what happened", he said.
Gregson goes on: "If he had heard anything he would have given his life for her". "I mean, we know now that he was the last person to be with Natalie before she disappeared". The next day, the three-time Academy Award nominee was found floating in the water. The death was originally ruled an accident, following a two-week investigation, but in 2011, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department reopened the death investigation, and a year later the L.A. coroner's office amended Wood's death certificate to change the manner of death from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors".
The report also revealed that investigators hadn't preserved Wood's fingernails to determine if she had tried to claw her way back into the dinghy. Mystery has swirled around Wood's death.
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Davern claimed Wagner "looked so angry. he was afraid for his own safety".
But Wagner has refused to talk to investigators, and Corina told CBS that he doesn't think the actor has told the whole story.
Five years ago, Wagner's attorney, Blair Berk, issued a statement saying that neither Wagner nor Woods' daughters had any new information to offer and decried the exploitation of her death anniversary. "I think I've been a cop long enough to see ... those appear to be assaultive in nature", Hernandez said.
"I haven't seen him tell the details that match all the other witnesses in this case", said Corina. Walken has spoken with police.
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