Shaquia Philpot Death | Passed Away | Obituary
Shaquia Philpot Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Shaquia Philpot.
On Sunday family and friends held a balloon release in honor of Shaquia Philpot and her 10-month-year-old twins Caysen and Cassius Williams after they were found Friday in a submerged car at Mayor’s Pond. Hear what loved ones had to say about the Mother.
A Georgia mother and her twin sons were found dead inside a car submerged in a pond.
25-year-old ShaQuia Philpot and her 10-month-old sons, Caysen and Cassius Williams, were found after a fisherman spotted the vehicle at Mayor’s Pond in Augusta on Friday afternoon, July 24.
Relatives told authorities that the family lived in Hephzibah but investigators did not disclose how the vehicle ended up in the pond in Augusta.
Their autopsies will be conducted by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to determine an official cause of death.
Philpot’s mother, Myrtis Wright Bennett, confirmed their deaths in a Facebook post that reads: “The Lord only loan my daughter ShaQuia Philpot to me for 25 years my twins grandson Cassius and Caysen William for 10 months.
“Lord, I didn’t know that you were going to call them home on July 24, 2020. RIH.”
Myrtis Wright Bennett also revealed that her daughter and grandsons lived with her.
She wrote: “My joy was to come home from work to see them with a big smile on their face. We all loved ya’ll but God loves ya’ll more. This is so hard to believe. But I know we can’t question God.”
The case is currently under investigation.
Bodies Of Mother, Infants Found In Car Submerged In Pond
Authorities pulled a submerged vehicle from a pond and found the bodies of a woman and her twin 10-month-old children inside.
Crews found the vehicle in Mayor’s Pond in Augusta, Georgia on Friday afternoon.
All 3 victims were pronounced dead at the scene.
Authorities identified the bodies as 25-year-old Shaquia Philpot and her infant children Caysen and Cassius Williams. Officials did not release details about how the family ended up in the pond.
A witness, who was fishing in the area, found the car.
The bodies were going to be sent to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for an autopsy.
The case remains under investigation.
We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.