On Thursday, specialists affirmed that a Georgia understudy who was discovered dead days after her vanishing passed on because of manslaughter.
WMAZ revealed that Anitra Gunn’s dissection was finished on Tuesday, that day her body was found in Crawford County, close to the Peach-Crawford County line. Gunn, 23, was most recently seen alive at her sweetheart’s auntie’s home Friday morning in Fort Valley.
Peach County police told the news outlet they are not yet discharging Gunn’s careful reason for death, pending toxicology reports.
On Saturday, Gunn’s Chevy Cruze was purportedly found with its guard missing a square from her Fort Valley loft on Belle Street. The guard was, in the end, found close to Gunn’s body, which specialists said was halfway secured with sticks and situated on a two-path street.
Gunn’s beau, DeMarcus Little, 23, is in authority and has been named an individual of enthusiasm for her passing. Little was captured on February 5 for breaking the windows of Gunn’s condo and cutting her tires, as indicated by reports.
Little was accused of criminal harm to property. He hasn’t been accused in the association of Gunn’s killing. An intention was right now indistinct.