ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — Update: Friday, Dec. 7, 7:40 p.m.: A Fairbanks man was arrested in Anchorage and charged with first degree murder in the Nov. 21 death of 56-year-old Jose Raul Santiago in Fairbanks.
Image from surveillance video (Alaska State Troopers)
On Tuesday, Alaska State Troopers released surveillance video showing a white Volvo SUV pulling a rolled up piece of carpeting down a driveway onto College Road near the Aurora subdivision.
That vehicle was later found crashed around mile 2.2 of Ballaine Road. Santiago was believed to have driving the vehicle when it left the road, entered an an embankment, and crashed into an elevated driveway, according to an AST dispatch from Nov. 21. Investigators determined that Santiago had been ejected into the passenger’s side floor board and died as a result of those injuries.
CHICAGO (CBS) — A Des Plaines man is facing a murder charge after a suspicious death of a relative last month in Chicago’s West Pullman neighborhood.
Robbie Barnes, 47, is charged with first-degree murder, according to Chicago Police Spokeswoman Michelle Tannehill.
Robbie Barnes, 47, of Des Plaines (Chicago Police Department)
Police say the victim, 58-year-old Rosalind Appling, was last seen on Nov. 5 in her home in the 900 block of West 116th Place. Relatives overheard Barnes and Appling having an argument in a bedroom. Then they say Barnes came out and closed the door. He asked relatives not to disturb Appling saying she was asleep and feeling “pretty sick.”
Three days later Appling was discovered suffering from injuries to her head and neck.
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One man and one teenager were arrested in connection to a suspicious death that occurred over Thanksgiving.
Talib Latrell Kelly, 17, of 345 S. Oakhurst Drive in Salisbury, and Joseph Daquan Scott, 20, of 3285 Lincoln Ave. in Spencer, were arrested Sunday, Nov. 25, following an ongoing investigation of a shooting the previous week.
At about noon on Thursday, November 22, Rowan County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a reported hit and run call at 3285 Lincoln Road in Spencer. At the same time, Salisbury City Police were called to the Emergency Room at Novant Rowan to a report of a gunshot wound victim that had just arrived.
Law enforcement officials realized the calls were related, and sheriff’s detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division were called to assist. The victim was identified as 19-year-old Tyjuan Jaquar Gibson of Salisbury.
Gibson died of his injuries after arriving at the hospital. Detectives arrived on the scene
The Effingham County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrests of two people on murder charges in connection with the death of a man found inside of his Holly Lane home Tuesday.
Deputies were called to the mobile home after a family friend attempted to check on the resident and discovered his body.
They have tentatively identified him as 64-year-old Dennis Wills Senior.
Investigators believe Wells had been dead for several days and are using fingerprints to make a positive identification.
Aaron Knight, 25, and Autumn White, 31, will both be charged with malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault with intent to murder, aggravated assault with intent to rob, armed robbery, financial card transaction fraud and financial card theft as well as theft by taking firearm.
Both are being held at the Effingham County Jail.
Deputies say they expect to file more felony charges.