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July 26--  The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says it has no evidence of homicide in the drowning death of 30-year-old Kaywanna Wells earlier this month in the Vidalia City swimming pool.

Agent Todd Lowery says it's difficult to determine if the drowning was accidental or a suicide.  An autopsy report has yet to be completed.  Lowery says the toxicology report in the autopsy may provide some useful information, however, he admits officials may never know what led to the drowning.

The woman's body was found in the city pool early the morning of July 8th when officials came to open the pool for swim team practice.  It was estimated she had been in the water for several hours before being discovered.