Woman found near NW Atlanta park was shot to death

Homicide investigators were at the scene at Tiger Flowers Drive and Croesus Avenue in northwest Atlanta. (Credit: NewsChopper 2)

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Homicide investigators were at the scene at Tiger Flowers Drive and Croesus Avenue in northwest Atlanta. (Credit: NewsChopper 2)

Detectives are investigating after a woman’s body was found near an entrance to a northwest Atlanta park Thursday afternoon.

An Atlanta police spokesperson confirmed that homicide investigators and members of the department’s command squad responded to Tiger Flowers Drive and Croesus Avenue. Police were dispatched there for reports of an injured person just before 2:30 p.m., call records show.

Investigators found the woman dead behind homes in a wooded area just south of the intersection, according to police. Her body was discovered near a trail leading to Anderson Park that was cordoned off with crime scene tape.

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The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office identified her as Jamesha Trammell, 30, of Rome. Trammell had been shot, and her death was ruled a homicide, according to authorities.

Loved ones created a GoFundMe page to help with funeral expenses.

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