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Thursday suspicious death classified as a homicide | Charlottesville

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Cherry Street death classified as a homicide | Charlottesville

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Woman’s death in Ocala classified as suspicious

The body of Lisa O’Rouke Jeffrey was found inside her RV home on Monday.

Marion County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating a suspicious death in the case of a woman whose body was found at an RV park on Monday. They have charged a woman connected to the case with providing false information to law enforcement.

According to authorities, the body of Lisa O’Rouke Jeffrey was found inside her RV home at the Holiday Trav-L-Park RV Resort at 4001 W. State Road 40, Ocala, around 11:30 a.m. on Monday. They would not give any specifics, but said the death was suspicious and the investigation is ongoing.

Detectives said the last time anyone heard from Jeffrey was on Nov. 5, her 48th birthday. She was reported missing to the Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 27 by a family member.

On Tuesday, Jeffrey’s daughter, Paris Riley, 15, said her mother was sickly, with ailments such as

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Womans death in Ocala classified as suspicious

The body of Lisa O’Rouke Jeffrey was found inside her RV home on Monday.

Marion County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating a suspicious death in the case of a woman whose body was found at an RV park on Monday. They have charged a woman connected to the case with providing false information to law enforcement.

According to authorities, the body of Lisa O’Rouke Jeffrey was found inside her RV home at the Holiday Trav-L-Park RV Resort at 4001 W. State Road 40, Ocala, around 11:30 a.m. on Monday. They would not give any specifics, but said the death was suspicious and the investigation is ongoing.

Detectives said the last time anyone heard from Jeffrey was on Nov. 5, her 48th birthday. She was reported missing to the Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 27 by a family member.

On Tuesday, Jeffrey’s daughter, Paris Riley, 15, said her mother was sickly, with ailments such as

Read more at: https://www.ocala.com/news/20181204/womans-death-in-ocala-classified-as-suspicious

Natalie Wood’s Drowning Now Classified as ‘Suspicious Death’

One of the witnesses described hearing yelling and crashing sounds coming from the couple’s stateroom, she said. Shortly after that, separate witnesses heard a man and a woman arguing on the back of the boat and believe the voices were those of Ms. Wood and Mr. Wagner, Ms. Nishida said.

The statements differed from the original version of events provided by witnesses, including those who were on the boat, she said.

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