Appleton police investigating suspicious death on city’s south side

APPLETON – The Appleton Police Department is investigating the suspicious death of a woman on the city’s south side.

Officers were dispatched about 3 p.m. Thursday to check on the welfare of the woman, a press release from the police department said. Officers worked throughout the day to try and locate the woman but were unsuccessful.

Just after 1:15 a.m. Friday, officers entered an apartment in the 200 block of Valley Road where they found the woman dead. The cause of the death remains unknown at this point in the investigation, police said.

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Suspicious death, Yeppoon – Queensland Police News

Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man in Yeppoon this afternoon.

Police were called to a Todd Avenue address at 2.10pm after a man in this late 50s was located deceased.

A crime scene was established and investigations are underway to establish the circumstances of the death.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via 24hrs per day.

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Child Protective Services, Texas Rangers investigating death of 4-year-old

GREGORY, Texas — The suspicious death of a four-year-old boy in the Gregory-Portland area is under investigation.

A boy was rushed to an emergency room Tuesday night where doctors immediately began CPR.

Nurses were able to stabilize the boy long enough to transfer him to Driscoll Children’s Hospital where he later passed away.

Currently, it is unknown why the child was rushed to the emergency room. 

Child Protective Services and the Texas Rangers are investigating the death of the boy.

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Dallas won’t release police files on slaying of prominent lawyer, despite judge’s order

Ira Tobolowsky, 68, was found dead inside his burning garage at his North Dallas home on May 13, 2016. The medical examiner’s office ruled his death a homicide — he died of blunt force injuries, smoke inhalation and burns.

His killer hasn’t been caught, and police have not named any suspects in the case.

In the petition filed in November, Dallas attorney Michael Tobolowsky wrote that based on a meeting with the Dallas police chief and the Tobolowsky family, as well as comments from other Dallas police representatives, “it is clear that the investigation … has gone ‘cold.'”

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Cops probe suspicious death at home for aged

Po­lice of­fi­cers have launched an in­ves­ti­ga­tion in­to the sus­pi­cious death of a men­tal­ly ill res­i­dent of a home for the el­der­ly in Ari­ma af­ter she suf­fered se­vere burns and was on­ly tak­en for treat­ment five days af­ter the in­ci­dent.

In­ves­ti­ga­tors said they have since un­cov­ered a house of hor­ror where over 10 res­i­dents, in­clud­ing men­tal­ly-ill peo­ple, were liv­ing in squalid con­di­tions.

Po­lice were called in by hos­pi­tal au­thor­i­ties af­ter Mar­garet Thomas was ad­mit­ted to the Ari­ma Dis­trict Hos­pi­tal on Feb­ru­ary 3.

Thomas, a men­tal out-pa­tient, was reg­is­tered un­der a false name and rel­a­tives on­ly found out about her death a day af­ter she died.

An au­top­sy re­vealed that Thomas died from sep­sis and burns.

Tis­sue sam­ples were al­so tak­en for fur­ther foren­sic his­tol­ogy test­ing.

Sep­sis is a life-threat­en­ing con­di­tion that aris­es when the body’s re­sponse to in­fec­tion caus­es in­jury to its own tis­sues and or­gans.


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Ann Arbor police investigate suspicious death

Ann Arbor Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man found inside a home on the city’s east side, according to WXYZ-TV.

The man, who has not been identified, was found Wednesday evening in the 2600 block of Lillian Road. The cause of death is unknown.

According to WDIV-TV, police consider homicide as a possibility.

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