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Marcus Lillard was charged in the death of University of Georgia professor Marianne Shockley right , deputies said. CBS NEWS -- A University of Georgia professor was found dead outside a hot tub, her boyfriend was arrested and another man apparently took his own life in what the county sheriff called "one of the strangest cases that we've ever worked. Sydney Clark Heindel, 69, called around 1 a. Sunday to report that a woman had been under water in the hot tub at his home in Milledgeville for a minute or two and was unresponsive, according to a Baldwin County Sheriff's Office incident report. When deputies arrived, they found Marianne Clopton Shockley naked and unresponsive on the pool deck bleeding heavily from a head injury. Shockley had no pulse and emergency medical personnel declared her dead shortly after arriving, the incident report says. Marianne Shockley," university spokesman Greg Trevor said in an email. He's still waiting on toxicology reports to come back to see if drugs played a role as well.
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ATLANTA AP — A man has been charged with murder and other crimes in the death of a University of Georgia professor at a central Georgia home where authorities say the homeowner apparently killed himself after investigators arrived. Sydney Clark Heindel, 69, called around 1 a. When deputies arrived, they found Marianne Clopton Shockley, 43, naked and unresponsive on the pool deck bleeding heavily from a head injury. Lillard told deputies Shockley was his girlfriend. Shockley had no pulse and emergency medical personnel declared her dead shortly after arriving, the incident report says. Shockley was a professor of entomology at the University of Georgia. The deputy noted in his report that there was already a large pile of firewood near the firepit by the pool and that it seemed odd to be gathering more because it had been raining heavily earlier in the day. Heindel said he was at the other end of the pool swimming while Shockley was in the hot tub and that when Lillard returned from the woods and found Shockley unresponsive, they pulled her out and started doing CPR, the report says. Deputies called a detective and separated Lillard and Heindel, with Lillard in the back of a patrol car and Heindel on his front porch.