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The questions surrounding Amy Metz's death in the snow in Hampstead on January 24, 2016, haunt her siblings. How did she die? Why was she left in the snow on Wellesley Court? Why didn't her husband call 911? Deputies from the Carroll County Sheriff's Office were called to the scene in the midst of a blizzard after receiving a 911 call that someone had seen a man dragging what appeared to be a body through the snow just before 4 a.m. Upon arrival, they found Amy Metz's body in the middle of the street. She was pronounced dead at the scene at 4:24 a.m. She was 43.

On Jan. 24, 2016, the body of Amy Metz was found in the snow during winter storm Jonas near her home in Hampstead. Two years later, her family is still searching for answers about what happened to her that night.

On Jan. 24, 2016, the body of Amy Metz was found in the snow during winter storm Jonas near her home in Hampstead. Two years later, her family is still searching for answers about what happened to her that night.

On Jan. 24, 2016, the body of Amy Metz was found in the snow during winter storm Jonas near her home in Hampstead. Two years later, her family is still searching for answers about what happened to her that night.

For Amy Metz’s siblings, the unanswered questions have kept them awake at night since her death, sister Susie Peters said, adding that the sisters sometimes text each other in the middle of the night.

Who was Amy Metz?

On Jan. 24, 2016, the body of Amy Metz was found in the snow during winter storm Jonas near her home in Hampstead. Two years later, her family is still searching for answers about what happened to her that night.

Steven Jarkiewicz came to the Hampstead location of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office on Feb. 8, 2016, saying that he wanted to expand on his initial statement regarding what he knew about the death of Amy Metz.

How did Amy Metz die?

An autopsy was performed on Amy Metz on Jan. 25, 2016, by Dr. Meghan Kessler with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore. The autopsy report lists the cause of death as undetermined. The manner of death also was listed as undetermined.

No duty to rescue, call 911 in Maryland

There’s no duty to rescue in Maryland, meaning if a person were to see someone drowning, that person has no responsibility to call for help or attempt to save the drowning person, he said. Duty to rescue is different than Good Samaritan laws, which protect people when they alert authorities.

On Jan. 24, 2016, the body of Amy Metz was found in the snow during winter storm Jonas near her home in Hampstead. Two years later, her family is still searching for answers about what happened to her that night.

Amy Metz crime photos, courtesy of Carroll County Sheriff's Office (edited for content)

Family photos of Amy Metz, through the years. The questions surrounding Metz’s death on Jan. 24, 2016 haunt her siblings. How did she die? Why was she left in the snow on Wellesley Court in Hampstead? Why didn’t her husband call 911? Deputies from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office were called to the scene in the midst of a blizzard after receiving a 911 call that someone had seen a man dragging what appeared to be a body through the snow just before 4 a.m. Upon arrival, they found Amy Metz’s body in the middle of the street. She was pronounced dead at the scene at 4:24 a.m. She was 43.

Charm City Run and Amy Metz's parents, brothers and sisters are naming a running scholarship after her, according to a statement from her siblings. The Amy Schuerholz Metz Scholarship will award $2,000 each year to one male and one female high school senior who is passionate about running, according to the statement

There will be no charges in the death of Amy Metz, of Hampstead, according to a news release from the Carroll County State's Attorney's Office.

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A Hampstead woman who was found laying on a snow-covered road Sunday morning has been identified as Amy Schuerholz Metz, 43, according to a news release from the Carroll County Sheriff's Office.

The Carroll County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a Hampstead woman found in the snow on Sunday.

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