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Autopsy finds no evidence of foul play in Taylor death

Taylor Co. Sheriff Allen Newton says TCSO is still awaiting toxicology report, which may take days. Case remains a TCSO death investigation
Next earlier story: Taylor Co. SO investigating death of 40 year old woman from Larry Smith, 99.9 FM, the Big Dawg

By Larry Smith, 99.9 FM, the Big Dawg

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY - (12pmCT/1pmET, July 10, 2013) - Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton has informed the Big Dawg that the autopsy report by the State Medical Examiner in Louisville, in the death of the woman whose body was found in a semi truck has been received and the findings are that there is no evidence of physical trauma and that foul play is being ruled out.

However, the TCSO is awaiting the findings of the toxicology report, which may take a few days, from the state lab in Frankfort, KY. Sheriff Newton said that his department is continuing its death investigation in the case.

The body of 40 year old April Miles was found early this morning at Peejay's Marathon Station, 24 Lone Valley Road, Campbellsville, KY.

Larry Smith, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications, Radio Stations The WAVE, 92.7, and The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM.

This story was posted on 2013-07-10 11:58:31
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