The stabbing death of a Corbin man in Knox County on Friday night is under investigation.
About 10 p.m. Friday, Kentucky State Police troopers were called in to help the Knox County Sheriff’s Office after a suspicious death.
After investigating, state police discovered that Charles C. Davidson, 55, of Corbin, had been inside a home in the Walker community at 3159 KY 718 when he was attacked by Jeffery Todd Hammons, 53, of London. Neither man lived at the home, according to police.
Davidson was stabbed multiple times with a kitchen knife. Two women, one of whom was the owner of the home, took Davidson to Barbourville ARH, where he was pronounced dead.
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State police said that Hammons fled but was found in Whitley County, where he was arrested about 5:47 a.m. Saturday. Hammons is charged with murder and tampering with physical evidence; he
At around 3:40 p.m., police were called to a home at 1809 30th Ave. S. Officials said the deceased person was house sitting and was found when a homeowner returned from vacation, though would not say how long she was gone. Police said it appeared there had been fire in the basement that caused significant damage.
Police identified the deceased person as a man from Fargo, but have not yet released his name. It’s unclear how a fire could have started or how the man died, but so far there’s no evidence that anyone was smoking inside the home.
“At this point it’s hard to say if this is a suspicious death, we just don’t know the answer to that,” said Fargo Police Sgt. Mike Bernier.
APPLETON – The Appleton Police Department is investigating the suspicious death of a woman on the city’s south side.
Officers were dispatched about 3 p.m. Thursday to check on the welfare of the woman, a press release from the police department said. Officers worked throughout the day to try and locate the woman but were unsuccessful.
Just after 1:15 a.m. Friday, officers entered an apartment in the 200 block of Valley Road where they found the woman dead. The cause of the death remains unknown at this point in the investigation, police said.
Ira Tobolowsky, 68, was found dead inside his burning garage at his North Dallas home on May 13, 2016. The medical examiner’s office ruled his death a homicide — he died of blunt force injuries, smoke inhalation and burns.
His killer hasn’t been caught, and police have not named any suspects in the case.
In the petition filed in November, Dallas attorney Michael Tobolowsky wrote that based on a meeting with the Dallas police chief and the Tobolowsky family, as well as comments from other Dallas police representatives, “it is clear that the investigation … has gone ‘cold.'”