Bartlett Police Say "No Foul Play" In Drowning Death Of Woman; Her Car Was Stolen Same Night

BARTLETT, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - Bartlett Police say there is no reason to believe there was foul play in the drowning death of a woman at a Fourth of July party. Darian Towns’ car was stolen the same night, but police say that was unconnected to the drowning.

Officers responded to a drowning call at a home on Burton Parish Cove in Bartlett Tuesday around 2:00 Police say Trey McCracken called 911 and told them he was sitting with other people on the deck by the pool when a woman walked outside and noticed Towns at the bottom of the pool. Towns was taken to Saint Francis Hospital where she later died in ICU.

Police say they are awaiting toxicology results, which could take about 8 weeks.

Police say Isiah Stenson for the theft of Towns’ vehicle from the house in Bartlett, which was recovered in Memphis.

Anyone having any information please contact Det. Webb (901)385-5529 ext 2104.

 

 

 


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