NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) - A southern Indiana coroner says that unless there's a "big break" in the case of a woman found dead in a creek along with her two children it may never be known how they died.
Floyd County Coroner Leslie Knable says the deaths of 35-year-old Jaime Clutter, 10-year-old Brandon and 6-month-old Katelyn is unlike any case she's worked on. Their nude bodies were found March 13 floating in a creek at a New Albany park.
County Prosecutor Keith Henderson announced Wednesday he's convening a grand jury to look into the mysterious deaths.
Knable tells WLKY-TV she thinks the death ruling will be consistent with drowning for all three, but doubts "we're going to have a definitive cause of death on any of the three family members."
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