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Why Hasn’t Rachel Paulsen and Chloe Ward Been Arrested For Taleah Lowe Death?

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Taleah Lowe, 18-year-old black woman, was found dead from drowning in Lake Michigan on October 14th, according to the Muskegon Chronicle.

Lowe went to the beach with two of her classmates at Grand Valley State University. The names of the two individuals are Rachel Paulsen and Chloe Ward.

The girls reportedly went at night for a late swim (which nobody should ever do) and Taleah Lowe died by accidental drowning, according to the Muskegon Police Department. The police report states “there is nothing to indicate foul play,” per the campus police.

The family of Taleah Lowe immediately called bullshit. Taleah Lowe’s cousin, Isaiah Lane, claims Paulson and Ward stories aren’t adding up on his Facebook account. He continues by saying, “How did all of you guys end up in a ‘rip current’ and she is the only girl who died…black at that…and Taleah was never the type to get in Lake Michigan at 11pm at night!”

Lane also stated in the Facebook post that Paulsen and Ward were trying to get the passcode to Lowe’s phone, which he says her family still has not recovered, and “[packed] up her clothes before they even found her body.”

Lowe a few days later after she passed. The account has raised $5,564 dollars. Lowe’s family claims they haven’t received any funds from that account.

Another family of Taleah Lowe has released new details about her death. The family member claimed the funeral director told them that Taleah Lowe had bruises all over body due to being punched and beaten very badly.

The family member also revealed Chloe and Rachel picked up two boys before going to the beach at night. She claims they jumped her, which ultimately led to her death.

Sadly, the investigation into 18-year-old Taleah Lowe’s death is now complete. The pathologist determined that Lowe, who was otherwise uninjured in any way, died as a result of an accidental drowning in Lake Michigan.

The investigation has been presented to the Muskegon County Prosecutor’s office for review, and that office has declined toissue charges citing insufficient evidence to proceed.


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