FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Fresno County sheriff’s deputies are investigating after a woman was fatally shot in Parlier Wednesday night.
Deputies say a disturbance occurred after family members arrived at a home in the area of Manning and Zediker Avenues. Someone pulled out a gun, officials say, and a woman was struck by gunfire.
Investigators arrived to find the woman dead, and a confusing crime scene.
“We know some of the people that we are talking to live there,” said Lt. Jose Salinas. “But there are other family members who have shown up, so we don’t know exactly who lives there or who has just shown up because of what occurred at the home.”
Deputies are still gathering information from various interviews taken at the scene. At last report, no arrests have been made.
This is a developing story. Stay with us for updates.
Homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious death of a young Palmdale boy who drowned last week, officials announced Tuesday.
The parents of the child, identified only as “baby Noah,” told authorities he drowned Friday in a community pool on the 1200 block of Avenue S, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. Joe Mendoza said in a news briefing.
Noah was taken to a children’s hospital in Los Angeles area, where he was pronounced dead. However, medical staff there found trauma on the boy’s body that was inconsistent with drowning, Mendoza said.
Although investigators initially described the boy as 3 years old, they later said he was 4.
Authorities did not immediately release many details on the case, which was first made public Tuesday afternoon.
Mendoza said detectives still “don’t have a lot of the facts clear.”
The child’s parents are being questioned but have not been arrested, according to Mendoza. The lieutenant said he believes they are
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The detectives who investigated the death of Michael Jackson have spoken out about the condition of singer’s body shortly after his untimely passing.
Speaking in then new documentary Killing Michael Jackson, the detectives revealed that he was badly scarred from and had almost no hair on his body, but he was otherwise completely healthy for his age.
They added: “This isn’t a man who should have died.”
The documentary, which aired in the UK on Saturday, takes a closer look at the King of Pop’s suspicious death and the events surrounding it.