Georgia Coroner: No Signs Of Foul Play
Preliminary results of autopsies conducted on two toddlers found in a sanitation pond indicate no sign of foul play, according to Georgia officials. Stay tuned to AMW.com for the latest information.
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Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair):
- May have hair missing in the front because of a burn
Traits and Habits:
- May be with her brother, Jonah Payne
Other Possible Locations:
Last updated April 25, 2005
Apr 25, 2005
Two Bodies Identifed As Missing Toddlers
Georgia officials made a gruesome discovery just two days after two toddlers were reported missing. The bodies of Jonah and Nicole Payne, who had been missing since Saturday April 23, 2005, were pulled from a local pond one half mile from the Payne's home.
Officials are now reporting that the two toddlers have been known to wander from their home and did so on Saturday before a neighbor returned them home.
No Sign Of Foul Play
Georgia officials stated in a press conference on April 26, 2005, that there are no preliminary signs of foul play in the deaths of Jonah and Nicole Payne. The investigation continues as Georgia authorities still try to determine an officials cause of death.