Detectives are treating the death of a
ASHTABULA — The husband of the 53-year-old woman who died Monday, following a fall down the stairs in her home, has been picked up on a bench warrant for failure to appear at a traffic hearing, City Solicitor Michael Franklin said Friday.
Ashtabula police continue to “actively investigate” what they’ve called “suspicious circumstances” surrounding the death of Carla Sue Fitzgerald, of 5204 Summer Ave., Ashtabula.
Fitzgerald’s husband, Daniel Fitzgerald, 54, was taken into custody Wednesday morning and is being held at the Justice Center, Franklin said.
Carla Sue Fitzgerald died Monday at Cleveland Metro Hospital, Ashtabula Police Chief Robert Stell said.
An autopsy report is still pending, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Ashtabula police detectives executed a search warrant Thursday and officials from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) spent the afternoon gathering evidence from Fitzgerald’s house, Stell said.
As of Friday, no one has been charged with any crime related to her death, Franklin said.
Erie police detectives on Saturday questioned relatives and neighbors in their investigation into the death a man whose body was found inside a residence at 822 E. Fifth St. on Friday afternoon.
Authorities have not released the name of the man, whom police said was in his mid-50s. Police are calling the death suspicious. An autopsy is scheduled on Tuesday at the Erie County Coroner’s Office.
Investigators continued to hold the two-story duplex, where the body was found, as a crime scene on Saturday.
“Our detectives are working around the clock on it,” Erie Bureau of Police Chief Dan Spizarny said on Saturday.
The victim was found in the living room of the first floor flat, where police said they believed he lived.
There were signs of foul play and trauma to the body, Erie Deputy Chief Mike Nolan said.
Police were called to the residence at 1:57 p.m.
Police are investigating a suspicious death after the body of a 71-year-old man was found on a rural road outside of Lillooet Saturday afternoon.
Lillooet RCMP said they received a report of a kidnapping and suspicious death on Highline Road, just outside of a rural community 25 kilometres west of the district municipality.
According to police, the death appears to be isolated incident and the public is not believed to be at risk.
The RCMP’s forensics identification services team is assisting in the investigation.
Autopsy scheduled for Tuesday on the woman, who was found dead in a Wallace Street residence on Monday.
Erie police detectives are investigating their fourth suspicious death in a month following the discovery on Monday morning of a 31-year-old deceased woman inside an eastside residence located a stone’s throw from a local district court.
The Erie County Coroner’s Office has scheduled an autopsy for Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the woman, whose name has not been released. The cause of death was unknown Monday, but Erie police Lt. Jon Peters said investigators are treating it as suspicious.
Police were summoned to the woman’s two-story residence in the 2500 block of Wallace Street on Monday at 9:46 a.m. after Erie 5th Ward District Judge Paul Bizzarro said a man ran into his district court office, which is inside a building on the northwest corner of East 26th and Wallace streets, screaming and
A crime scene is in place around a home in Townsville in north Queensland as police continue to investigate the suspicious death of a 73-year-old woman.
A team including 15 detectives, forensics and uniformed police are involved in the
Emergency responders called to 1000 block of East 26th Street shortly after noon.
Erie police are investigating what they are calling a suspicious death of a male found inside a multi-unit apartment building on East 26th Street early Thursday afternoon.
Emergency responders were called to the two-story red brick building in the 1000 block of East 26th Street at 12:05 p.m.
The body of the male, whose identity remains unknown, was found inside one of the apartments, according to investigators at the scene. The cause of death of the man is unknown. Police were calling the death suspicious, but it is being treated as a homicide at this point, Erie Police Deputy Chief Mike Nolan said.
Nolan said the victim appears to be in his early 20s and lived in the apartment where he was found. Police are talking to the people who found
A woman died at UPMC Hamot after she was found with stab wounds inside an East Lake Road apartment.
Erie police said Sunday afternoon that they will continue to hold an eastside apartment as investigators await an autopsy on a 34-year-old woman who died after she was found stabbed there earlier in the day.
Investigators are awaiting an autopsy on the woman, whose name has not been released, in their probe into the stabbing, which Erie police Deputy Chief Mike Nolan called a suspicious death Sunday afternoon. The autopsy had not been scheduled Sunday.
Erie County Chief Deputy Coroner Nick Rekitt said the woman was pronounced dead at UPMC Hamot on Sunday at 10:18 a.m. She was rushed to the hospital by ambulance after fire and ambulance crews summoned to an apartment in the 1100 block of East Lake Road on Sunday at