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Deputies investigate suspicious deaths of man, woman in Nocatee


NOCATEE, Fla. – The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office responded Saturday afternoon to investigate the suspicious deaths of a man and woman in a Nocatee neighborhood.

Deputies were called to 203 Southern Oak Drive, in The Palms at Nocatee neighborhood near Twenty Mile Park.

Detectives said the man and woman were found dead by a family member and friend around noon on Saturday. They went to check on the woman after not hearing from her. 

It’s unclear what the relationship was between the man

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Deputies investigating ‘suspicious death’ in a south Macon home

MACON, Ga. — The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office and Macon-Bibb County fire arson units are investigating a suspicious death in south Macon after a body was found inside a house that had previously burned.

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The sheriff’s office received a call just before 3 p.m. Monday for a burned body inside a house on Flamingo Drive. Deputies found a man with burns deceased inside a bathtub.

Neighbors in the area have plenty of questions, since the house caught fire more than a month ago on March 16.

“Who checked the house? Who didn’t do their job? How can you miss a whole body, I mean, in a tub?” said Valita Taylor, who lives next door.

The home is owned by a man named Roy Thomas and was being used as a boarding house where several River Edge Behavioral Health individuals were staying. River Edge said the house

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Deputies investigating ‘suspicious death’ in south Macon

MACON, Ga. — Bibb County deputies are investigating a person found dead in a boarding house.

Coroner Leon Jones said the person was found dead Monday afternoon in a bathtub at 3501 Granada Terrace, which is off Houston Avenue in south Macon.

The home is owned by Roy Thomas and houses several River Edge individuals, but this home is not affiliated with River Edge.

Jones says there was a fire at the home March 16. 

Lt. Sean DeFoe of the sheriff’s office says they consider the case a suspicious death, but are still investigating.

Authorities have identified the victim, but are withholding the name.

We’ll update this story when more details are available at 13WMAZ.com.

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Deputies call death near McFarland on Saturday considered ‘suspicious’

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Deputies conducting death investigation after child found dead in North Carolina home


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UNION COUNTY, N.C. — Deputies said they are conducting a death investigation after a child was found dead inside an Union County home Sunday, according to WSOC.

Union County deputies were called to a home on Senconnee Drive in Indian Trial at about 1 p.m. in reference to a cardiac arrest patient.

The child is about 3 or 4 years old and was visiting his father at the time, according to Tony Underwood, the Union County Sheriff’s Office chief communications officer.

Authorities said the boy’s mother was coming to pick up her son from his father’s house after spending the weekend there when she found the child unresponsive in a bedroom.

Officials said the cause of death is unknown

Read more at: https://myfox8.com/2019/04/07/deputies-conducting-death-investigation-after-child-found-dead-in-north-carolina-home/

Deputies find man dead in Southeast Spokane yard

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Deputies find man dead in Southeast Spokane yardSpokane County Sheriff’s Office

SPOKANE, Wash. – On April 6 around 11:20 a.m., Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a welfare check at a residence located in the 2800 block of S. Park Lane.  

The caller reported a vehicle with its door left open had been parked in the front yard for two days, and that the garage door was also open.  He

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Deputies investigate suspicious death of woman, arrest man for unrelated warrant – The Spokesman

Detectives are investigating a suspicious death at an apartment in Spokane after they found a body of a woman Wednesday during a welfare check.

Deputies arrested an “uncooperative” man who was inside the apartment because he was wanted on an out-of-state felony warrant, according to a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office news release.

The apartment is on the 4900 block of East Upriver Drive, according to the release.

Detectives are investigating the death, and the identity of the woman will be released at a later time.

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Deputies make arrest in suspicious death investigation involving woman found dead inside Spokane Valley apartment complex – The Spokesman

Spokane County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a man on charges of allegedly murdering his girlfriend. He reportedly barricaded himself inside an apartment and refused to leave. Her body was discovered Wednesday after deputies forced their way inside the home.

Deputies originally classified the investigation as a suspicious death after responding to the apartment complex on the 4900 block of East Upriver Drive, where they found an uncooperative man, later identified as 28-year-old Joseph W. Scheel, inside near the woman’s body, deputies wrote in a news release.

Scheel was immediately arrested on an out-of-state felony warrant, and on Thursday, was charged with first-degree murder.

Cpl. Mark Gregory, spokesman for the sheriff’s office, wrote in a news release that a witness on Tuesday reported the woman hadn’t shown up to work in two days and was in the midst of a rocky relationship with Scheel. Deputies responded to the apartment that day but

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