Autopsies expected today for women found dead in Greensboro

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Investigators expect medical examiners today to conduct autopsies on two women found dead in Greensboro, according to the News & Record.

Police hope the results of the autopsies will show them how the women found dead in separate incidents died.

On Tuesday, police found 53-year-old Terry Watson dead in her home. At about 7:15 p.m., a family member requested police to conduct a welfare check on Watson at her 3220 S. Holden Home Road. Watson was dead when police arrived. It was not clear when she had died.

Police received a call just before 4 p.m. Wednesday about a suspicious death at 3410 Darden Road. Investigators found 66-year-old Barbara Brown Clardy dead in the home.

Both deaths are being investigated as homicides, although there is no indication of foul play or suicide in either case, according to police.

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