What really happened to Darian Towns?

This is the recent story of a black woman that “accidentally” drowned at a pool party in Memphis, Tennessee. She was recently engaged and getting herself ready for her impending marriage. She went to party on the Fourth of July with some friends. Suddenly, she drowned and eventually died. This seems like a story of bad things happening to good people, right?

So, what really happened to Darian Towns?

But that is where things become murky. For one, someone stole her car and it was found all the way in MississippiSouthaven, Mississippi to be exact. Also, there is the issue of her being an avid athlete. Darian Towns was a great track and field athlete in high school that swam every day. She was working hard to make sure she fit into her wedding dress. Thus, there are factors that aren’t adding up.

So, did Darian Town suffer from foul play?

I am beginning to wonder what contributed to all of this. How deep was this pool? Was she that intoxicated where she drowned? Why did it take so long for someone to notice that she was at the bottom of the pool? And why would someone try to steal her car from a neighborhood that seemed to actually be upper class? Be reminded: Barlett has a median household income of close to $67,000. And it is also mostly white.

Will there ever be answers about Darian Towns?

Is there ever going to be a necessary explanation? I am hoping that the toxology reports and forensics turn up something that makes sense. After that, I still wonder why someone would steal her car? Too much of this case is extremely confusing and contradictory. There are no conclusions to jump to; this case seems way too off putting with very little making sense.

Until then, keep asking about Darian Towns. Something must add up in this situation of confusing arithmetic.

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A hip hop head that heralds from Gary, Indiana, Darcwonn now resides in the Atlanta area. When he is not teaching 6th graders how to make the most of what they read and write, he makes sure to write for his blog (www.chocolatecoveredlies.com), promote hip hop he enjoys for Emilio Sparks and Dead End Hip Hop, and review albums/music events and do interviews for Stacks Magazine. His educational pursuits led him through the throngs of Alabama State University, The University of Phoenix, and the University of Calumet – St. Joseph. On his down time, Darcwonn likes to relax, observe the world, and see his daughter grow into a young woman.