Southern Indiana authorities investigating the deaths of a woman and her two children found dead last month in a creek say they still haven't determined what happened to the trio.
Southern Indiana authorities investigating the deaths of a woman and her two children found dead last month in a creek say they still haven’t determined what happened to the trio.
New Albany police spokesman Maj. Keith Whitlow said Wednesday investigators don’t have all the information they need to “to draw any real conclusions” in the deaths.
The nude bodies of 35-year-old Jaime Clutter, her 10-year-old son Brandon and 6-month-old daughter Katelyn were found March 13 in a creek near the New Albany apartment where the Clutter family had moved in December from Aberdeen, Wash.
Authorities have said the children drowned but the cause of their mother’s death remains undetermined.
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Floyd County Coroner Leslie Knable (Keh-nay-bull) tells The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky., ( http://cjky.it/Z3AGGd) she’s still awaiting results of toxicology tests.
Information from: The Courier-Journal, http://www.courier-journal.com