Vanita Richardson Biography – Wiki
Vanita Richardson is identified as the Georgia high school senior who was reportedly found dead with her her half-sister under Etowah bridge along a highway in Georgia on Wednesday morning, the Rome News-Tribune reported.
Stepsisters Vanita Richardson, 19, and Trevena Clarece Campbell, 31, were found dead Wednesday under the Etowah Bridge in Rome, Georgia, near Atlanta. Their deaths were ruled homicides, authorities said. #Dateline
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She was 19 years at the time of death.
Vanita Richardson, a High School Senior
Richardson was set to graduate from Armuchee High School on May 16. However, she died just a few days before that milestone.
“We are deeply saddened and heartbroken by the news of the death of one of our students, Vanita Richardson, who was scheduled to graduate next Saturday. We extend our deepest sympathies to the Armuchee Community and her friends and family at this time,” Floyd County Schools said on Twitter.
Vanita Richardson Sister
Her half-sister is identified as 31-year-old Truvenia Clarece Campbell who was also found under a bridge in Georgia.
Vanita Richardson Found Along Her Sister Under Etowah Bridge in Georgia
According to CNN, two women were found unconscious under Etowah Bridge in Rome by workers with the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The two women were identified as 19-year-old Richardson and 21-year-old Campbell, a spokesperson for the Rome Police Department claimed.
Their deaths have been ruled a homicide, the Georgia Bureau of investigation said in a news release.
Vanita Richardson Death
GBI Assistant Special Agent In Charge Brian Johnston told the Rome News-Tribune the women were “apparently dropped over the bridge”.
Vanita Richardson Investigation Reports
Investigators are looking for a gold 1997 Toyota Corolla the two sisters were traveling in on Tuesday night before they were killed.
The GBI is requesting anyone who traveled in the area between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and saw something suspicious to contact investigators at 1-800-597-TIPS (8477).