Minn. AG's daughter found dead in Mich. Ave condo

Elizabeth, left, and Anne Hatch, daughters of Minnesota Attorney General Mike Hatch leave misdemeanor court, Friday, June 10, 2005, in Chicago after being found not guilty of battery, resisting arrest and criminal damage related to a scuffle with police outside a Chicago nightclub in which one struggled with an officer and the other kicked out a squad car window. A Chicago judge said prosecutors failed to meet their burden of proof, even on whether the sisters were drunk the night of the incident. ((AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast))

December 13, 2010 1:29:30 PM PST
The daughter of Minnesota Attorney General Mike Hatch was found dead Sunday at her downtown Chicago condominium.

Anne Hatch, 27, lived at 535 N. Michigan Avenue. She was found dead at that address at 4:52 p.m. on Sunday, according to the medical examiner's officer. The cause of her death is unknown, but other news papers have reported it was self-inflicted.

"We have no comment," a representative at Mike Hatch's office told ABC 7.

Anne and her sister, Elizabeth, were arrested outside a Chicago nightclub in a 2004 after a confrontation with a police officer. Anne, a student at DePaul University, was celebrating her 21st birthday when bouncers threw Elizabeth out of the club. Anne kicked out a police car window after the two were escorted out.

The two were acquitted in June 2005.