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State: No ID of juvenile murder suspect | Local News

MADISON — In the wake of a juvenile being charged with second-degree murder in the death of 42-year-old Melissa Moulton Hatch, the state is being extra-cautious not to release identifying details about the juvenile suspect.

The Madison woman’s family also is trying to raise money to help provide for the care of her disabled daughter.

Last Friday, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office and Madison Police Chief Ted Colby announced a suspicious death in Madison. On Saturday morning, authorities released more details.

Officers had responded to a 911 call on Feb. 15 at around 6:40 p.m. at 15 Burgdorf Drive in the Eidelweiss section of Madison. Upon arrival, they found Hatch dead. They said a juvenile had been arrested and charged with second-degree murder.

Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Jennie V. Duval on Sunday determined the manner of death was homicide. The cause of Moulton’s death was “multiple sharp injuries, including deep incised wounds of

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Juvenile charged with second-degree murder in death of Madison woman

A juvenile has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 42-year-old Madison woman.

Police found Melissa Hatch dead at a home at 15 Burgdorf Drive about 6:40 Friday night. The juvenile was then arrested on the second-degree murder charge.

Officials said they could not provide any additional information about the juvenile.

“At this point, we’re very restricted with regards to a juvenile matter,” said Senior Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati.

A grief-stricken neighbor said Hatch was a good friend and loving mother.

Agati said the public is not in any danger, but officials are looking to hear from anyone who may have been in the neighborhood Friday.

An autopsy is set to be performed Sunday on Hatch to determine the exact manner of her death.

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Read more at: https://www.wmur.com/article/officials-respond-to-suspicious-death-in-madison/26366621

Man charged with murder in 2018 death investigation in Va. Beach – WAVY

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Sam Cooke: Netflix Series to Explore Singer’s Curious Murder and Alleged Cover-Up

*The suspicious death of singer Sam Cooke will be explored in the “ReMastered” series, “The Two Killings of Sam Cooke” — set to premiere on Netflix this month, February.

The motive behind the death of the soul legend at age 33 to this day remains unresolved. However, according to legend, Cooke was shot at the Hacienda Motel in Los Angeles on 11 December, 1964 by motel manager Bertha Franklin, who claims the shooting was in self-defense when he tried to attack her. The motel owner Elisa Boyer co-signed the story and the court accepted Franklin’s explanation as “justifiable homicide.”

The case was closed but “ReMastered” will take another look at the evidence, court testimony and how Cooke invited controversy and threats for championing Civil Rights and refusing to play segregated venues, per Rolling Stone.

OTHER NEWS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED:  Read more at: https://www.eurweb.com/2019/02/sam-cooke-netflix-series-to-explore-singers-curious-murder-and-alleged-cover-up/

Denise Williams murder trial: Florida woman sentenced in death of her husband thought to be eaten by alligators


Denise Williams sits with her defense attorney, Ethan Way, right, before sentencing in Tallahassee, on Wednesday. (Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat/AP)
Meagan Flynn Lindsey Bever February 7 at 11:28 AM

Somewhere beneath Lake Seminole, in the spot where tree stumps jutted out of the water like claws, investigators thought they would find Mike Williams.

It was the evening of Dec. 16, 2000, the date of Williams and his high school sweetheart Denise Williams’s wedding anniversary. He’d told his wife he would return from his duck-hunting trip at the lake

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/02/07/police-thought-he-was-eaten-by-alligators-his-high-school-sweetheart-was-just-sentenced-his-death/

‘Heart of Darkness’: Love & Passion Lead to Murder in ID’s New True-Crime Series

Sometimes the most dangerous people are the ones you least expect.

Heart of Darkness reveals the unsuspected in a six-part series on Investigation Discovery about love, hate, and how trust can shatter in an instant. Twisting through hidden affairs, love triangles, and family secrets, the series unfolds to show how emotions can motivate the most reasonable people to revert to the primitive instinctual part of their personality and into criminal madness.

In each installment, viewers are asked to question the guilty party until the very last moment, exposing further details of gruesome crimes.

Stories featured in the first season include:

“Lust for Murder” 
Saturday, February 9

After her divorce, Stacie Smith is eager to settle into a new home to celebrate Christmas with her children. But three days later, Stacie is found dead in her kitchen. The only trace of the killer is an inflammatory message on the wall that accuses Stacie of

Read more at: https://tucson.com/entertainment/television/heart-of-darkness-love-passion-lead-to-murder-in-id/article_7f7c047e-4225-5369-8d00-6fd9fefc6f29.html

‘He stabbed himself,’ says wife charged in murder of UCF program director


ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The wife of the slain University of Central Florida employee was charged in his death Wednesday after Winter Park detectives said she claimed her husband had inflicted his fatal wound by stabbing himself and then waited 11 hours to call for help, according to the arrest report.

Winter Park police said Michael Redlick, 65, was found dead Jan. 12 in his Winter Park home on Temple Drive. Two days later, medical examiners determined he died of a stab wound that was not self-inflicted.

The victim’s wife, Danielle Redlick, 45,

Read more at: https://www.clickorlando.com/news/wife-of-winter-park-man-killed-under-suspicious-circumstances-charged-with-murder

‘He stabbed himself,’ says wife charged in murder of UCF official


ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The wife of the slain University of Central Florida employee was charged in his death Wednesday after Winter Park detectives said she claimed her husband had inflicted his fatal wound by stabbing himself and then waited 11 hours to call for help, according to the arrest report.

Winter Park police said Michael Redlick, 65, was found dead Jan. 12 in his Winter Park home on Temple Drive. Two days later, medical examiners determined he died of a stab wound that was not self-inflicted.

The victim’s wife, Danielle Redlick, 45,

Read more at: https://www.clickorlando.com/news/wife-of-winter-park-man-killed-under-suspicious-circumstances-charged-with-murder