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Police investigating homicide after man found dead at south KC apartment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After investigating a suspicious death at a south Kansas City apartment Friday, police are now saying a man was murdered.

A woman called 911 Friday morning, reporting there was an unconscious man inside an apartment. Officials went to the scene in the 9300 block of Myrtle at about 4:45 a.m., attempted first aid, but said the man was dead.

The man was later identified as 48-year-old Lynn Armstrong.

Detectives said, at this time, they are calling this a homicide investigation. But so far, police have not released any information on how he died.

A KCPD spokesman said detectives are not looking for anyone. Everyone they believe was involved is either in police custody or has spoken with investigators.

Detectives ask anyone who saw anything suspicious or out of the ordinary to call 816-234-5043 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

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Police investigate suspicious death at troubled KC apartment complex

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — Police are investigating a homicide at a Kansas City apartment complex that is no stranger to violence.

Officers responded shortly around 4:45 a.m. to East 93rd Street and Myrtle Avenue in response to a disturbance call. When police arrived, they said they found a dead man at the scene.

Police did not release the cause of death, but said they are investigating the situation as a homicide.

The location is at Nob Hill Apartments and Townhome, an area that has seen several shootings and murders over recent years. 

Stay with KCTV5 News for more on this developing story.

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Police investigating suspicious death at Norman apartment complex

Police are investigating a suspicious death Tuesday night at an apartment complex in Norman, officials said.

Officers received a call about a deceased person at the Plaza 24 Apartments, located near 24th Avenue Southwest and Lindsey Street, according to police. When officers arrived around 4 p.m., they found a dead man.

Police are not calling the man’s death a homicide at the time and are working it as a suspicious death, officials said. They have not released information about the man.

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Arvada PD investigating suspicious death at apartment complex


ARVADA, Colo. — The Arvada Police Department is investigating a suspicious death near the intersection of West 64th Avenue and Ward Road.

Police responded to a residential complex at 64th and Welch Court shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday.

A shelter-in-place order was issued to people in the area. It has since been lifted. Police say there is no longer a threat to the public.

Police have not yet provided details about the death or whether a suspect is in custody.

This is a developing story. It will be updated as more information becomes available.

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Read more at: https://kdvr.com/2019/06/19/arvada-pd-investigating-suspicious-death-at-apartment-complex/

Oceanside Police investigate man’s suspicious death in apartment

OCEANSIDE (KGTV and CNS) – Oceanside Police questioned a suspect Thursday in the death of a man at an apartment.

The homicide happened just before noon at the home in the 3200 block of Mission Cove Way, just south of state Route 76 and west of El Camino Real, according to police.

The 41-year-old unidentified victim suffered traumatic injuries to his upper body, Lt. Kedrick Sadler said.

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Police say 66-year-old Michael Newton went to a neighbor’s home and asked them to call 911 after the death, police said. Police later arrested Newton in connection with the man’s death.

Police did not release a possible motive in the death, but said the victim was an aquaintance of

Read more at: https://www.10news.com/news/local-news/oceanside-police-investigate-mans-suspicious-death-in-apartment

Man found dead in Oceanside apartment, resident arrested

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (CNS) – An Oceanside resident was arrested Thursday on suspicion of killing an acquaintance who had been staying with him.

A 911 caller reported the suspected homicide in an apartment in the 3200 block of Mission Cove Way in Oceanside shortly before noon, police spokesman Tom Bussey said.

Patrol officers arrived to find the 41-year-old victim dead on the floor of the rental residence near Mission Avenue and Foussat Road with visible upper body trauma. His name was withheld pending family notification.

After questioning the resident, 66-year-old Michael Charles Newton, detectives arrested him on suspicion of inflicting the fatal wounds, Bussey said.

Police disclosed no suspected motive.

Some neighbors told 10News they would often see the 41-year-old man walking down the sidewalk and yelling up to the third-floor apartment to be let inside.

According to neighbors, Newton would sometimes throw food or water off his balcony to the younger man.

Neighbors said they could hear

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Local News Man found dead in Oceanside apartment, resident arrested City News Service 2:10 PM

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (CNS) – An Oceanside resident was arrested Thursday on suspicion of killing an acquaintance who had been staying with him.

A 911 caller reported the suspected homicide in an apartment in the 3200 block of Mission Cove Way in Oceanside shortly before noon, police spokesman Tom Bussey said.

Patrol officers arrived to find the 41-year-old victim dead on the floor of the rental residence near Mission Avenue and Foussat Road with visible upper body trauma. His name was withheld pending family notification.

After questioning the resident, 66-year-old Michael Charles Newton, detectives arrested him on suspicion of inflicting the fatal wounds, Bussey said.

Police disclosed no suspected motive.

Some neighbors told 10News they would often see the 41-year-old man walking down the sidewalk and yelling up to the third-floor apartment to be let inside.

According to neighbors, Newton would sometimes throw food or water off his balcony to the younger man.

Neighbors said they could hear

Read more at: https://www.10news.com/news/local-news/oceanside-police-investigate-mans-suspicious-death-in-apartment