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UPDATE: Woman found dead in Bullitt County creek

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police and family members are searching for answers after a woman's body was found in a Shepherdsville creek Thursday. The Bullitt County Sheriff's Department says they are conducting a death investigation and no criminal charges have been filed at this point. (Update 4:00 p.m.)

Capt. Mike Murdoch, Bullitt Co. Sheriff's Dept says the incident is considered a "death investigation" right now.

Detectives are waiting on further information from an autopsy on the cause of death, including toxicology results.

Murdoch says the woman and her boyfriend got a "bad batch of meth" Tuesday night. They used it and became paranoid of the police coming to the home where they were.

Pike and her boyfriend lived together at home near the creek where she was found. According to Murdoch, the woman fell into the creek Tuesday night. 

Her boyfriend did not call the sheriff's department until about one o'clock Thursday afternoon.

Original Story

The Bullitt County Sheriff's Department says the woman was found dead in the water along Martin Hill off Highway 44 West around 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 19. 

The coroner has not identified the 30-year-old woman, but family members tell WDRB that she is Jennifer Pike. Her family says she lived in Lebanon Junction and they hadn't heard from her since Monday night.

The Sheriff's Department says she was last seen Tuesday by her boyfriend. Her family says her boyfriend of a few weeks lived near the creek where she was found. 

Pike's family says she was found in the water with her purse. Police say they didn't detect any obvious cause of death.

Autopsy and toxicology results are pending.

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