Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man in Laconia, officials said Friday.
Few details were released about the case. Just before 1 p.m., Laconia police were called to an apartment on Blueberry Lane. Police blocked off a large part of the Perley Pond Townhouses with crime tape.
The state police Major Crime Unit and the attorney general’s office were notified of the suspicious death. Investigators worked through the night, going door to door to interview potential witnesses.
Officials said the person who died was an adult man, and an autopsy is scheduled to be performed Saturday morning.
“It’s a big shock, kind of scary,” former neighbor Twila Teseniar said. “You don’t really know what’s happening. Are we in danger? Because we don’t really know what’s going on.”
The attorney general’s office is reminding people to take normal precautions, but there doesn’t appear to be a danger to
UTAH COUNTY, Utah, April 16, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Utah County Sheriff’s officials are asking for information in the suspicious death of Elizabeth Salgado, whose body was found on May 18 of last year.
“… while no arrests have been made in her death, detectives continue to follow up on leads and evidence collected during the investigation,” a UCSO statement says. “Anyone who thinks they might know something about her disappearance or death is asked to call Detective Bullock with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office at (801) 851-4010.”
Salgado was last seen on April 16, 2015, walking away from the Nomen Global Language School at 400 West Center Street in Provo. It is possible that Elizabeth’s disappearance looked normal — perhaps she got into a car with someone she knew, or was walking with a friend
Two people have been arrested at the U.S.-Mexico border in connection with the death of a man in Seminole County.
According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, on April 2, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office asked the OSBI for assistance with the investigation of a suspicious death in rural Seminole County. A man, later identified as 43-year-old Mickel Kelough, was found dead in the front seat of his vehicle. Authorities believe Kelough was murdered.
OSBI agents said they believe two people, both of Seminole, were involved in Kelough’s death. A description of the vehicle driven by the two was entered into the National Crime Information Center, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents got a hit on the license plate as the two were trying to enter Mexico at the Laredo, Texas, border crossing, according to the OSBI.