The distinguished woman’s body was spotted a range in Nelson County. According to the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office, the two woodsmen saw the body of woman around 5 p.m. on Thursday in Bardstown.
The woman is 43 years old, whose name is Mary Teresa Ball, and belongs to Bardstown, Nelson County Sheriff Ramon Pineiora said in an announcement Friday.
The reason behind of Ball’s death has not been concluded, though a post-mortem conducted Friday morning got no symptoms of blunt injury, Pineiora told.
Ball’s son was associated in a single-vehicle collision in that place just the day before, which was Christmas, Pineiora continued.
That was Ball’s vehicle, but authority told her son informed them he was the only one inside when it struck.
The son said to police he had dropped his mother off at Huddle House before the event, according to Pineiora. He has not been caught or identified as a suspect in his mother’s demise.
Ball did not have documents on her. One of her shoes was off and spotted near her body, Pineiora told.
He told Investigators discovered footprints in the wooded area close to where the crash occurred on longtime occupant Lou Downs’ equity. He said that he was amid the first bystanders to answer when Ball’s body was found.
He told me that he had an odd communication with Ball’s son following the collision on his property.
His confrontation with the one person who might have some of the clues about what appeared to Ball proceeds to run through his brain.
As the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office investigating the case and find the reason behind the woman’s death, Toxicology consequences are left on Ball.