Beach Police Investigate a Suspicious Death

By: Courtney Hayes
By: Courtney Hayes

A GEORGIA WOMAN IS FOUND ³
³ DEAD IN A PANAMA CITY BEACH ³
³ MOTEL THIS MORNING. ³
³ NOW POLICE ARE ³
³ QUESTIONING HER BOYFRIEND. ³
³ ³
³
³ Right before eight a-m ³
this morning ³
³ dispatchers received a 9-1-1 ³
³ call from Bright Star Motel ³
³ on Front Beach Road in ³
³ Panama City Beach. ³
³
³ When police arrived at ³
³ Bright Star they found a ³
46-year-old Georgia woman
dead in a motel room. ³
³ The death was quickly ³
³ labeled suspicious, and ³
³ Panama City Beach Police ³
³ took the woman's boyfriend ³
³ in for questioning. ³
³ They also took the ³
³ man's S-U-V and searched the ³
³ outside of motel room for ³
³ any clues to the cause of ³
³ the woman's death. ³
³
³ "She was living in this ³
³ motel with her boyfriend of ³
³ several years, who's also ³
³ from Georgia. Now we're in ³
³ the process of interviewing ³
him. There's some thing that ³
³ doesn't add up with the ³
³ story coming from the boyfriend. We're going to ³
³ look at that a little closer ³
³ and go from there," Major David Humphreys from Panama City Beach Police Department. ³
³ ³
³ Results from an autopsy ³
³ done this afternoon found ³
³ that the woman died of ³
³ unnatural causes. ³
³ Now police are waiting ³
³ for the results of a ³
³ toxicology test to see if ³
³ drugs played a part in her ³
³ death.
³


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