Initial autopsy inconclusive in doctor's death

Police say the initial autopsy results on a deceased Greenwich plastic surgeon came back inconclusive Friday.
Dr. Ian Rubins was found dead in the apartment of his former pool maintenance worker, Leonard Bajramaj, Wednesday. According to police, drugs were found in Bajramaj?s apartment.
Bajramaj is behind bars at the Bridgeport Correctional Facility on $750,000 bond in connection with Rubins? death. Investigators say Bajramaj has a long criminal record, including arrests for drugs, burglaries and stolen property.
Authorities say after Bajramaj quit his job with the pool company, he was later hired by the Rubins family to help around the house, run errands and act as a bodyguard. Police say he just recently quit that job as well.
Police expect toxicology results in Rubins? death to take a couple of weeks.
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