Update: Police have identified the victim as Cory Lee Hughes, 27. They are investigating his death as a murder, according to the Evansville Police report. Another person discovered Hughes face down in a pool of blood and called 911.
Hughes was transported to a local hospital, where he died.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Evansville Police are investigating a suspicious death after a victim was discovered with apparent head trauma.
Police said the incident began at 7:30 a.m. Friday in the 600 block of East Maryland. Police said it appears the victim there had head trauma.
The victim’s name hasn’t yet been released. Police said more information will be given following the autopsy.
A body found May 29, at the Atlantic Newtown Apartments off Nesbit Ferry Road has been identified as Mercedes Chico-Sims, who was reported missing in Johns Creek.
On May 29 shortly after 10 a.m., officers responded to the Atlantic Newtown Apartments at 9230 Nesbit Ferry Rd in response to the report of a deceased person.
Maintenance personnel located the victim lying near the complex pool and called 911. It was determined that the body was that of a female, aged late teens to early twenties. Based on the manner in which the body was found, this was classified a suspicious death.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the deceased as 17-year-old Mercedes Chico-Sims. Chico-Sims is the same individual who was reported missing in Johns Creek. The Chico-Sims family requests privacy during this difficult time.
Shortly before this discovery, the Johns Creek Police Department initiated a missing person investigation. The missing person was
The man found dead inside a Lake Avenue home in Worcester last week has been identified as John P. Riordan Jr., according to court records.
Riordan’s name is contained in the criminal complaint filed against Tony Sacco, a 38-year-old Shrewsbury man who is facing charges in connection with Riordan’s death.
According to a statement of facts on file in Worcester District Court, police were called to 134 Lake Ave. in Worcester around 6:50 a.m. on Wednesday for a report of a suspicious death.
Investigators arrived on scene. An autopsy on Riordan, who is 58, was performed on Thursday. His obituary lists him as John P. Riordan Jr. The cause and manner of death have yet to be released by the medical examiner’s office.
Shrewsbury man facing charges in connection with discovery of dead body inside
OKEMOS, Mich. (WLNS) – A flag retiring ceremony took place today in East Lansing.
Unserviceable American Flags were ceremoniously disposed of in a fire by members of Chief Okemos District Boy Scout Troop 2.
Trumpeter Devon Staples performed “Taps” in honor of the men and women who answered the call to duty in service to our nation.
The public event was free and sponsored by Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes.
Customary flag etiquette requires worn flags that are no longer fit to serve as a symbol of our country to be destroyed by burning in a dignified manner. Many organizations perform this service on June 14th which is Flag Day.
Flag etiquette tips:
The flag should be raised quickly and lowered slowly and ceremoniously. Ordinarily it should be displayed only between sunrise and sunset.
If displayed at night it should be illuminated.
When the flag is displayed from a staff it should be at the top of the