NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) - A man who called 911 after finding the bodies of a woman and her two children in a southern Indiana creek told dispatchers the woman's body appeared battered.
Caller John Weeks says in a 911 recording released this week that 35-year-old Jamie Clutter's body looked "beat up and cut." Weeks initially told dispatchers March 13 that Clutter's body and those of the two children might be mannequins, but called back moments later to say they appeared to be human bodies.
The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky., reports Weeks and his wife were walking over a bridge in a New Albany park when they saw three bodies in a creek.
An autopsy found that 10-year-old Brandon Clutter and 6-month-old Katelyn Clutter were drowned, but their mother's death remains under investigation.
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