Autopsy Inconclusive: Missing Kankakee Woman’s Cause of Death Remains Unknown


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KANKAKEE, Ill. – Autopsy results for Marocka Jean Greenlee, the missing woman found dead in a shed, have return inconclusive.

Greenlee’s disappearance on August 8th had sent shockwaves through the community, and those shockwaves intensified when her lifeless body was discovered in the 400 block of South Fourth Avenue Tuesday morning.

While the Kankakee County coroner’s office conducted the autopsy, the cause of death remains unknown at this time. Toxicology results are now awaited, a piece of the puzzle that could take six to eight weeks to arrive.

The inconclusive autopsy has only intensified the need for closure, and the city eagerly awaits the pending toxicology findings, hoping they will shed light on this tragic mystery.


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