|Full name||Donna Sandover|
|Cause of death||Drug overdose|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #19: Bad Medicine (s3)|
Donna was an aid worker who was part of the organization Rising Hope. She had red hair and green eyes. At the time of her death, she wore a black shirt and red vest with a name tag.
Donna was found at the Taj Mahal with bloody foam coming from her mouth. According to Angela, she was killed due to ingesting a lethal dose of morphine. Carmen pointed out that morphine is supposed to relieve pain, but Angela pointed out it can be deadly in high concentrations, so they filed morphine as the murder weapon. Angela also found traces of cloves, cinnamon, and cardamom on the victim's wrist; all of them being common ingredients in chai tea. This meant that Donna's killer drank chai tea.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be a doctor known as Dr Sumati Misra.
After initially denying that she killed Donna, she admitted that she killed her because she was tired of having her and Rising Hope tell her what to do despite her dedication to practicing medicine. She was pushed to her limit when Donna broke into her office, stole medicine for the earthquake victims, and threatened to report her for charging the victims for complimentary treatment. Sumati slipped some morphine into Donna's water bottle and waited until she died.
Judge Adaku questioned Sumati's exploitation of the earthquake victims. Sumati said that anyone knew the crude reality of treating the Indian victims. Judge Adaku issued Sumati a 25-year jail sentence.