The East Pleasant Street house where one of the packages was found is owned by Anna Moses. Miller said police responding to the house found a 17-year-old girl who was having a seizure. She was transported to the Mankato hospital by ambulance and later transferred to a hospital in the Twin Cities.
Police didn't release the victim's name, but Mankato Area Public schools sent an email to parents Tuesday saying Anna Moses' daughter, Chloe Moses, had been taken off of life support Monday. Chloe Moses was a junior at West High School.
"It is with great sadness that I must inform you of the passing of one of our students in the Mankato West High School community, junior Chloe Moses, who was removed from life support on Monday around 4:10 p.m.," the email said. "Our deepest sympathy goes out to Chloe's friends and family.
"Chloe touched many lives here at Mankato West High School and students deal with grief in many different ways. We ask that parents be alert and observant of the needs of their child who may desire to talk with someone about their feelings."