Lily Ledbetter Wiki – Lily Ledbetter Biography

Mystery surrounds the death of a 22-year-old Alabama woman who was found dead in her home on the island of St John in the US Virgin Islands. Lily Ledbetter had been working part-time for an animal shelter in the island’s main city, Cruz Bay, when officers found her unconscious in an apartment last month, local police confirmed to Lebetter was later pronounced dead.

She had spent a few months alone on the island working a variety of jobs, but she had grown up near Opelika, Alabama, near the state line with Georgia. According to the local Virgin Islands Consortium newspaper, the VIPD Criminal Investigation Bureau was investigating the case.

Two days after Ledbetter’s body was discovered, police said her cause of death was unknown and an autopsy was pending, but they have yet to release any findings, even if her death was suspicious. has contacted the Virgin Islands Police Department and Lily’s mother, Sharon Thrasher, for further updates.


Lily Ledbetter Age

The age of Lily Ledbetter was 22 year.

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Lily Ledbetter

Police were first called to an apartment in the city’s Estate Enighed around 12:33 a.m. Tuesday, June 6, according to a police statement released June 8. Officers responded to Ledbetter’s home and found that she was unconscious and 20 minutes after the initial call, at around 12:53 a.m., EMTs pronounced her dead.

Animal Care Center of St. John, a nonprofit organization dedicated to caring for animals on the island, confirmed that she had been working part-time for the shelter and was distraught by her sudden death. Ledbetter was also a dancer, graduating from Opelika High School in 2019 before studying at Auburn University, where she competed with the university’s rowing club, according to an online obituary.


Although the identity of the victim was not initially released, a spokesman for the department, Glen Dratte, confirmed that the woman in question was Ledbetter. Ledbetter also danced with the Make Your Move Performing Arts Studio in her hometown. The studio’s owner, Mandy Moore, posted a tribute to the student on Facebook.

“I will always remember the sparkle in your eye and the love that filled the room when you walked in. I wish I had held on and never let go when I saw you a few weeks ago,” she wrote. “Your legacy of love and light will live forever within our studio,” she added. A memorial attended by family and friends was held in her honor June 17 at the First Baptist Church in Opelika.Read More……

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