• Police: Possible injuries to Bobbi Kristina Brown's face, mouth concerning


    ATLANTA - Relatives returned to the hospital bedside of Whitney Houston's daughter, as new questions arose about the events that left her on life support.

    A source close to the investigation says injuries to Bobbi Kristina’s face and mouth have Roswell police concerned and investigating further.

    Police are also looking into suspected drugs found in the home in the 9000 block of Riverbend Manor in Roswell.

    Brown was found unconscious in a bathtub of that home, face down in the water, according to police. She has been in a medically induced coma since Jan 31.

    No charges have been issued in the case. Channel 2's Mark Winne worked all weekend to obtain a search warrant affidavit or search warrant return but is getting conflicting information about whether those records have been sealed from public view. He also tried to obtain a search warrant for medical records. 

    Channel 2's Dave Huddleston spotted her father, Bobby Brown, and grandmother, Cissy Houston, arriving at Emory University Hospital on Monday.

    Brown is being treated in the neuro intensive care unit at the hospital.

    Riverdale spokesman Corey Punzi says Bobby Brown helped christen the Riverdale Amphitheatre so the city is showing their support.

    "We want to bring the family together as one collective unit and just provide positive energy in the direction of Bobbi Kristina Brown," Punzi said.

    Monday night, fans, church members and community leaders gathered to pray for Brown's recovery. 

    Channel 2 Action News attended a public vigil for her in Riverdale, where family members said she is doing better and asked for continued prayers. 

    "Tonight meant a lot to see the family, to see supporters come out in prayer for my cousins, it means a lot to the family," Bobbi Kristina Brown's cousin Shayne Brown said.

    He asked that everyone continue to pray for his cousin.

    Stay with WSBTV.com and Channel 2 Action News for continued coverage on this story. 

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