Monthly Archives: December 2016

Youngstown news, Newton Falls police investigating suspicious death

NEWTON FALLS — The Newton Falls Police Department and Trumbull Homicide Task Force are investigating the death of a man on Ridge Road early today as a possible homicide.

A woman called Newton Falls police to 615 Ridge at 12:37 a.m., where they found a man, 49, dead in the bedroom from a gunshot to the head in a second-floor apartment, police said.

The homicide task force is “called in for any suspicious death as a standard procedure,” according to a news release from Newton Falls Police Chief Gene Fixler.

“At this time it has not been determined if this was a homicide or an accident, as the matter is still under investigation, and facts will be presented to the prosecutor,” Fixler said.

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Police investigate suspicious death in northwest Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Police say Thursday afternoon officers discovered a suspicious body in northwest Albuquerque.

Police were dispatched to 3500 block of Plateau Pl NW in reference to a welfare check and say when officers arrived on scene they discovered a deceased subject. Police are investigating all avenues into the death of the subject and are treating it as a suspicious death.

No further information is available at this time.

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Police Investigate Suspicious Death In Southwest Fort Worth

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) –  Fort Worth homicide are investigating a suspicious death in the 3600 block of Middlewood Drive East in Southwest Fort Worth.

Police said a housekeeper discovered a 49-year-old woman dead in a home before 3:00 p.m. Friday.

She suffered trauma to the head.

Police said at this point they are not looking for a suspect or suspects. That could change depending on what comes of the investigation.

This is all police are saying for now.

Fort Worth crime scene on Middlebrook Drive East (Tom Riehm - CBS11)

Fort Worth crime scene on Middlewood Drive East (Tom Riehm – CBS11)

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BPD investigating a suspicious death in central Bakersfield


The Bakersfield Police Department is investigating a suspicious death in the 300 block of V Street, near the intersection of 3rd Street and Union Avenue. Nothing has been confirmed.

First responders were called to the scene just before 3:00 a.m. There have been reports of a stabbing in the area, but police at this point have not called this a murder.

If this is ruled a homicide, it would be the 98th in Kern County this year, tying a record set in 2009 for the most homicides our county has seen.


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Suspicious death case: Investigation proceeding as possible overdose case

HANCOCK — As of Wednesday, police were investigating the suspicious death of a man in a Quincy Street apartment last Friday as a drug overdose.

Nothing more can be released on the investigation, according to Hancock Police Chief Wayne Butler.

Police were called to an apartment in the Kaleva building at 2:20 p.m. last Friday, regarding an unresponsive male. Upon arrival, police found the man had already died. The man was a white male, 55 years of age and not a current resident of Houghton County, Lt. Jerry Hiltunen said.

The name of the victim is not being released pending notification of family members.

“We don’t know that all the family members have been notified. I don’t really want to release any names,” Butler said.

An official cause of death has not been determined. Butler said it will take up to four weeks to receive the medical examiner’s report, which include toxicology and

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Clark County coroner’s office rules suspicious death a homicide – Las Vegas Review

The Clark County coroner’s office has ruled a suspicious death in the west valley a homicide.

Diana Cristina Rios, 24, died after she was strangled, the coroner’s office said. Her body was found Monday afternoon at the residence of 3947 Silver Dollar Ave., near South Valley View Boulevard and Pennwood Avenue.

In a statement, Metro said the apartment was vacant and under renovation. A contractor working at the house spotted another man in the home Monday afternoon. The man fled before the contractor found Rios.

The coroner’s office couldn’t confirm whether Rios lived in Las Vegas. As of Wednesday morning, no arrests have been made, Metro spokesman Michael Rodriguez said.

People with information about the incident call Metro’s homicide section at 702-828-3521 or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

Contact Rachel Hershkovitz at or 702-383-0381. Follow @rzhershkovitz on Twitter.

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Denver Police investigating suspicious death – 7NEWS Denver …

DENVER — Denver Police are investigating a suspicious death.

The victim was found in a home on South Bryant Street, near Cedar Avenue and Clay Street, around 6:20 a.m. Wednesday.

Investigators searched the area for two people. Police have not yet said if the people are suspects or persons of interest in case.

Police have not released any information about the victim.


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Suspicious death investigation underway after infant dies in Petersburg

PETERSBURG, Va. — A suspicious death investigation is underway in Petersburg after the death of a 3-month-old infant.

Police say Tuesday they were called to a home in the 1900 block of Pender Avenue for an infant who was not breathing. When emergency responded arrived to the scene, the infant was dead.


Investigators are calling the death of the infant suspicious, but there were no obvious signs of foul play in the infant’s death. Police say a suspicious death is standard when someone of this age dies unexpectedly or if the cause is medically related.

Police have not released any additional details concerning the infant’s death at this time.

No charges have been filed at this time.

Stay with CBS 6 for the latest on this developing story.

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‘Suspicious’ death of yoga mogul Trevor Tice came after fall

The death of yoga mogul found amid “suspicious circumstances” in his California mansion is believed to have been caused by a fall.

Trevor Tice, who founded the national yoga chain CorePower, was discovered dead in his San Diego home earlier this month at age 48.

Little was released about the untimely death, though many speculated about foul play after the police homicide unit said that it was suspicious.

Lt. Mike Holden said that the cause of death may not be known until January, but law enforcement sources told KNSD that the injuries he received are believed to stem from a fall rather than violence.

Cause of CorePower Yoga founder’s death remains unknown

Tice founded CorePower in Denver in 2002, and the chain has since expanded to more than 150 locations, including one slated to open on the Upper West Side next year.

The company said after his death that Tice brought

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State authorities join investigation of ‘suspicious’ death

BELLEVUE, Iowa (AP) – State officers have joined the investigation of what authorities say is the “suspicious” death of an eastern Iowa man.

Police found the body of 59-year-old James Remakel at a home in Bellevue around 1 p.m. Sunday.

Authorities say Remakel’s death appears suspicious but they haven’t explained the circumstances that led them to that preliminary conclusion.

An autopsy has been ordered.

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