A 40-year-old man has been indicted for murder following the suspicious death of a man in Westchester this past March.
Richard Vincent, of Mount Vernon, has been arraigned on charges that include second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter for his role in Mount Vernon resident Randy Street’s death, Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino, Jr. announced.
On March 13, Street, 39, was found by a friend dead in a pool of blood in his basement apartment on South Sixth Avenue in Mount Vernon. An autopsy later confirmed that Street died from an incised knife wound to his neck.
Scarpino said that the indictment alleges that Street was killed between March 12 and March 13.
The investigation into the murder determined that Vincent and Street had previously been acquainted, and Vincent had visited with Street the day before he was found dead.
“The Mount Vernon Police Department will not tolerate any
Johnny Ray Woods III, 20, of the 3900 block of Bareva Road, 21215 gave a statement to police that conflicted with evidence collected at the scene.
“Some of the information the boyfriend gave was inconsistent with the evidence at the scene,” Baltimore County Corporal Shawn Vinson said. “So they continued their investigation and eventually got to the point where there was sufficient evidence to charge this man with her homicide.”
Woods is charged with second-degree murder and the use of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime.
Before he commits another chunk of his life to Star Wars, director Rian Johnson is blessing us with one more original feature: Knives Out. The first trailer for the murder mystery—inspired by the works of Agatha Christie—has arrived, boasting a wickedly dark sense of humor and an extremely stacked cast: Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans, Don Johnson, Michael Shannon, Lakeith Stanfield, Toni Collette, Ana De Armas, Katherine Langford, Jaeden Martell (formerly Lieberher), and then some are all present and accounted for in Knives Out, which follows a detective (Craig) as he investigates the suspicious death of a famous novelist (Christopher Plummer). Knives Out looks like a damn good time for several reasons, not the least of which is hearing Chris Evans tell people to “eat shit” no less than five times.
SEVERN, Md. (WJZ) — Nearly a year after she was found stabbed to death in the basement of her Severn home, Anne Arundel County police announced Tuesday that they arrested a suspect in Jasmine Adams’ murder.
Dominic Richard Sanchez, 39, of Glen Burnie was arrested in the 29-year-old mother’s death. Sanchez was charged on a warrant which was served to him at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center, where he is currently serving time on another crime.
A 24-year-old Ukiah woman suspected of giving birth to an infant in a bathroom, then leaving the child to die in a car was arrested on suspicion of murder, Mendocino County Sheriff’s officials said Wednesday.
Yareli Diaz will be charged Thursday in Mendocino County Superior Court with the murder of her 1-day-old daughter, Mia Cielo Diaz, more than one year after doctors at Ukiah Valley Medical Center tried to save the child’s life and reported the suspicious death to the Sheriff’s Office, officials said.
The yearlong investigation revealed the infant received no care from Diaz between the time she was born about 2:45 p.m. April 3, 2018, and when the baby was taken to the hospital later that night, Lt. Shannon Barney said.
“It’s a tragic case,” he said.
Investigators determined Diaz gave birth to the girl in a bathroom at her parents’ home, wrapped the baby in
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.
“Death on the Burren”, how did this Neolithic man die 5,000 years ago and was the arrowhead found in his hip the true cause of death?
A 5,000-year-old murder mystery from the Burren in County Clare is the subject of an exhibition at Clare Museum, in Ennis.
The Death on the Burren exhibition will be launched by Dr. Ann Lynch, who led the excavation of Poulnabrone, in 1986, making some intriguing finds, including the suspicious death of an individual who was buried there.
The exhibition, which will run until the end of 2019, provides an opportunity for families to get their detective caps on to help solve the ancient mystery by examining the evidence from scientific analysis of a hipbone with an arrowhead embedded in it.
The Poulnabrone, Neolithic tomb, in the Burren, County Clare.