Jacqueline Green Death Ruled a Homicide

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Decatur - The Macon County Coroner's jury has ruled the death of 38-year-old Jacqueline Green a homicide.

38-year-old Jacqueline Green was found dead in her home at about 12:30pm on Sunday, February 14th.   Green lived in the 2300 block of East Finch Street.

Police have arrested 30-year-old Bryan Brummett for the homicide. Bryan is the twin brother of Jacqueline Green's boyfriend. 

During the coroner's inquest on Wednesday, March 2nd, investigators say Green and the Brummett brothers were up drinking when the physical altercation started between Green and her boyfriend's twin brother. During the fight she was hit several times until she passed out. When they group work up the next morning they found Green unresponsive. 

An autopsy showed that Green died from a brain bleed, after suffering blunt force trauma to the head. The Macon County Coroner, Michael Day, says there were other bruises on the body consistent with a physical attack or altercation. 

Bryan Brummett was arrested February 15th for felony counts of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated domestic battery. 

Brummett will be back in court March 11th. 

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