No indication of foul play in Petoskey woman's death
Jamie Lynn Jamison (COURTESY PHOTO)
There is no indication of foul play in Jamie Lynn Jamison's death, he said.
"There is no need for anybody to feel uncomfortable or unsafe in downtown Petoskey and if there was we would certainly let them know," Calabrese said Wednesday.
When asked whether the autopsy could indicate whether Jamison fell, Calabrese said, "Signs that were shown were consistent with someone who could have fallen."
The Petoskey Department of Public Safety is still awaiting a complete, written autopsy report for the 34-year-old Petoskey woman whose body was found submerged in a creek last week, Calabrese said. Calabrese said a complete, written autopsy report with toxicology findings is expected in about four to six weeks.
Calabrese said an investigation is ongoing and the department's intention is to "investigate this case as fully as possible."
Jamison's autopsy took place Saturday at Spectrum Health Systems in Grand Rapids, Calabrese said.
Jamison's body was found late Friday night submerged in a creek on Arlington Avenue, west of Winter Park Lane, after she was reported missing to the Petoskey Department of Public Safety, according to a public safety department news release. She was last seen leaving Mitchell Street Pub late Thursday night or early Friday morning and was apparently on her way home, Calabrese said.
A memorial account has been opened at Fifth Third Bank for Jamison, to benefit her daughter, Lola Walker, and Devon Wheeler, a boy for whom Jamison and Lola's father, Johnnie Walker, were guardians.
Donations to the memorial account can be made in person at any Fifth Third Bank branch or mailed to Fifth Third Bank, 300 E. Mitchell St., in Petoskey, attention: Justin Cherwinski.
Checks should be made out to "For the benefit of Devon Wheeler and Lola Walker," said Cherwinski, personal banker at Fifth Third Bank.