Miriam Carey – Police searched for clues to explain the bizarre chain of events that led to Miriam Carey's death.
The car – Police inspect a black Infinity sedan which Miriam Carey drove during the chase. Carey's year-old baby, who was a passenger in the car, survived unhurt. Authorities placed the girl with a foster family, a spokesman for Washington's Child and Family Services Agency told CNN. During the chase, no shots were fired from the Infinity, CNN's Deborah Feyerick reported. All shots were from law enforcement directed at the passenger side of the car.
Her apartment – During a search of Carey's apartment in Stamford, Connecticut, police found a laptop computer, a flash drive and three non-working cell phones.
Police entry – An apartment window was broken when police used the entry point to secure the space on Friday. Police also found a medication for schizophrenia and an antidepressant inside her apartment, said a law enforcement source. Many questions remain open surrounding the case. Authorities have not officially linked the incident to mental illness or any other factor.