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Monday, July 17, 2017

Details of Stone death released
Authorities on Sunday revealed details in the July 12 death of a Cocke County woman who was found on the bank of the Pigeon River. Breanna Laurino told Cocke County Detective Bryan Murr that she was working as a photographer for whitewater rafters, when she spotted a fully clothed female who appeared to be deceased, on the river bank. Detective Murr arrived to find Jayd Alannah Stone, 25, Log Church Road, Newport, with a rope around her neck, hanging from a tree branch. An overturned chair was on the ground nearby. Investigators believe Stone died a few hours earlier. Detective Murr said the victim had no injuries that would be evidence of a struggle, and she had left five notes to certain individuals. Stone left a four year-old daughter.


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