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.
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
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.
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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.
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