Body of 25-year-old woman found in Newborn Aug. 18
The body of 25-year-old Raquale Leigh Autry was found unresponsive by a family member in Newborn Aug. 18, according to a Newton County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) report.
Found inside the wood line behind a residence at 60 Spring Court, in Newborn, Autry’s father-in-law found her and called 911.
According to the recording provided by the Covington — Newton County 911 Center, David Autry, Raquale Autry’s father-in law, told the dispatcher Raquale appeared blue, but he had not checked for a pulse.
In the recording, David Autry said earlier that day Raquale Autry had violated a temporary protective order (TPO) and her mother called concerned so he went out to look for her. “I think she committed suicide,” he told the dispatcher, according to the recording. He added that he did not see any gunshot wounds, but Raquael Autry appeared “blue.”
David Autry said he was “about 100 yards or so” behind his house and family members were inside the house, according to the recording.
Newton County Coroner Tom- my Davis said the cause and manner of death have not been determined yet. He is awaiting autopsy results from the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) medical examiner’s office. Davis said results could take up to 90 days.
A recording of the 911 phone call is available online at www. covnews.com.