The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says it is continuing to investigate the Dec. 27 death of 21-year-old Ashlee Brook “Sissy” Long of Burns as a homicide, but no charges have been brought at this time. TBI spokesperson Kristin Helm said Wednesday that the investigation is ongoing but would not say whether agents have had the opportunity to interview Long’s husband, 23-year-old Morris Lynn “Moe” Long Jr., who was still in Vanderbilt University Medical Center following what Nashville police called a suicide attempt. On the same day that Ashlee Long’s body was discovered in a bed at her 106 Bishop Lane home by her mother and step-father, Metro police say Morris Long stepped into traffic on Interstate 40 near the McCrory Lane exit and was struck by a “large truck” in a failed suicide attempt. Preliminary autopsy results show Ashlee Long died from “blunt force trauma.” District Attorney Dan Alsobrooks asked the TBI to step in for the investigation because Ashlee Long was the daughter of Dickson Police Department Officer Pat Martin. Dickson Police Department detectives referred all questions to the TBI. Helm could not provide a timeframe for which agents expect to conclude their investigation.