UPDATE: (10:40 P.M.)
WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- According to The News Journal, the death of Billy Lawson has been ruled a homicide.
No other information has been released.
WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- The victim of a suspicious death investigation has been identified.
According to The News Journal, the man whose body was found at a building near US 25 Monday has been identified as 46-year-old Billy Lawson.
The investigation is still ongoing.
WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A death investigation is underway in Whitley County after a body was found Monday.
Kentucky State Police say they are treating the death as suspicious.
According to the Times Tribune newspaper, a man’s body was found around 11:40 a.m. at a building near US 25.
State Police say more details will be released later in the day.
A Cleveland man who was found alongside U.S. Highway 412 in December died from hypothermia and methamphetamine toxicity, according to state officials. It has been ruled an accidental death.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner on Friday finalized its summary report on Thomas Darin Tisher, 50.
The ME determined heart disease also contributed to the death, but it was not “resulting in the underlying cause.”
Toxicology tests on Tisher were positive for meth, benzodiazepines and amphetamine and there was no lethal trauma to Tisher’s body, the report says.
A driver traveling down a dirt road in Madera County on Friday morning saw something out of the ordinary behind this home. He called 911 after realizing it was a body.
Vineyards and a few scattered buildings make up the barren landscape around Avenue 9 and Road 22.
So when a call came in about a death, detectives say they were immediately suspicious.
“It’s a very rural area, not very much traffic, the house they found him behind was abandoned, nobody was living in it,” says Tyson Pogue on the Madera County Sheriff’s Office.
Pogue says the victim appeared to be deliberately hidden.
His name hasn’t been released, but they believe he was in his 20s or 30s.
His body has visible injuries.
“It’s very important that if anybody saw any vehicles that were parked in the area or anything they thought was out of the ordinary, even the smallest details might be important,” Pogue says.
A man found dead near Mount St. Helens last week was the victim of homicide, southwest Washington officials said Monday.
The Skamania County Sheriff’s Office said it received a report of suspicious circumstances on a forest road about 6 miles east of Cougar on Thursday afternoon and that detectives later discovered a dead person in the area.
On Saturday, officials conducted an autopsy and determined “the cause of death to be homicidal violence,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release.
The agency didn’t release any information about how the person is thought to have died, but said the victim was positively identified over the weekend. The identity of the victim was not released Monday, however, as officials worked to notify the next of kin.
Deputies said the suspicious circumstances were reported on Forest Road 83 near its junction
UPDATED STORY 1/31/2019 AT 8:00 P.M.
HERRIN, Ill. — Herrin Police have ruled the death of Jeffery Ennis a homicide.
The investigation is being conducted by The Herrin Police Department, The Williamson County Major Case Squad, The Williamson County Coroner’s Office, The Williamson County State’s Attorney’s Office, and Illinois State Police Zone 7 Investigations.
If anyone has any information regarding the case, please report it to The Herrin Police Department by calling (618) 942-4132 or The Williamson County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-414-TIPS.
UPDATED STORY 1/28/2019 AT 10:08 P.M.
HERRIN, Ill. — News 3 has learned more about a Herrin man, whose death police are investigating as suspicious. Investigators still haven’t released information about how Jeffery Ennis died, but family members say they’re sure it was murder.
Janice Brown lives just a few houses from the man’s home in the 700 block of North 17th Street, where he was killed.
She woke early Sunday morning to a phone call, “Somebody called and said ‘what is
THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is currently investigating a death where foul play is suspected.
On January 13, 2019, police received information that a body was located on the shoulder of Highway 527 just north of the Highway 11-17 junction.
An investigation is ongoing by the OPP North West Region Crime Unit and OPP Forensic Identification Services under the direction of Detective Inspector Darryl Sigouin of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB).
A post mortem examination has been completed at the Office of the Chief Coroner and Forensic Pathology Service (OCC-OFPS) in Toronto. The victim has been identified as a 21-year-old male from the Greater Toronto area. This death has been
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Two “suspicious death” investigations underway in Henrico have been ruled homicides, according to Henrico Police. Both happened along North Laburnum Avenue.
“Henrico County Police Division is currently investigating a suspicious death in the 300 block of N. Laburnum Avenue and a suspicious death in the 500 block of N. Laburnum Avenue,” Henrico Police Lt. Rachel Heinig said.
The victim in the 500 block of N. Laburnum Avenue homicide was identified as Ralph Haskins, Jr., 43, of Henrico. The second victim’s name has not yet been released, pending next of kin notification.
“There is no information at this time to support that these two investigations are related,” Henrico Police spokesperson Lt. Lauren Hummel said.
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The victim was identified as Marcus Olmstead.
Police said the suspect is 20-year-old from Grant. He was located and arrested Thursday afternoon in Grand Rapids and now faces a charge of open murder.
Police say the suspect shot the crossbow at Olmstead, hitting him in the torso and killing him in his driveway. Police said the suspect knew the victim and this was not a random act.
The suspect is currently being lodged at the Muskegon County Jail.
State officials say a man found deceased in a New Hampshire home overnight on Saturday had been stabbed to death.
Police responded to a Hillsborough residence around 2:47 a.m. where they located the deceased man, New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald announced.
Officials originially said the death was suspicious. An autopsy determined the man, identified as 52-year-old Brett Wilson, of Elkins/New London, New Hampshire, had been stabbed multiple times.
Police believe they have identified everyone involved in the incident. Authorities say there is no danger to the public.
An officer is being credited for using his patrol car to stop a sleepy driver who was going the wrong way on a highway in western Michigan.
(Published Friday, Dec. 21, 2018)
The incident remains under investigation