The GBI is still investigating after an autopsy performed Tuesday on a 55-year-old Colquitt County man, found dead in his bathtub on Sunday, did not reveal more information about his cause of death.
Colquitt County Coroner Verlyn Brock said the autopsy of William Stripling did not provide enough information to determine a cause of death.
Stripling was found dead in the bathtub of his home in the 100 block of McQueen Road around 10:30 Sunday morning.
Brock said the autopsy did not show any sign of foul play, and now they will wait on toxicology reports to better determine the cause of Stripling's death.
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One man was taken into custody and another man was shot at a wedding in Valdosta on Saturday.
Arlington police have issued a 9:30 p.m. curfew for the city as crews work to restore power to the area.
The damage done to homes by storms in Arlington on Saturday caught many people by surprise, but city leaders say that with the help of surrounding counties, they were prepared.
The Albany Police Department is currently in search of those connected to an overnight shooting that left two people injured.
Saturday's severe thunderstorm watch brought heavy rains, fallen trees, and downed power lines to the South Georgia area.