Henderson police are seeking information on the death of a 55-year-old man who investigators say was found dead Monday under “suspicious circumstances.”
About 7:15 p.m., police were asked to a do a welfare check on the 1900 block of Cutlass Drive, near West Sunset Road and Valle Verde Drive, after the man was reported missing by an out-of-state family member.
When officers arrived, they found the man dead inside a home in the neighborhood, and his red 2011 Subaru Legacy with Nevada license plate 263G63 missing.
The Henderson Police Department is investigating his death as a homicide, but as of Wednesday afternoon had not identified a suspect, police said.
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RUTLAND, Vt. (WCAX) Search warrants were executed at homes on two Rutland Streets Friday in connection with the suspicious death of Alicia Harrington.
Harrington is the 44-year-old Rutland mother and wife who was reported missing Tuesday after she didn’t pick up her young child from school.
Her car was found by a neighbor in Proctor Wednesday morning. It was parked on the side of Florence Road. Police say Harrington’s body was found inside the vehicle– a positive ID was made late Thursday afternoon.
Our Dom Amato has been following this story. He spent the day making phone calls, knocking on doors and looking for court documents that might shed some light on what happened to Alicia Harrington. He didn’t have much luck but he did find crime scene investigators at work.
“We are in the process of executing a few search warrants,” Vt. State Police Maj. Dan Trudeau said.
Officials say the only clear connection is that the bodies were discovered in or near Lake Overholser, a shallow 2.34-square-mile (6-square-kilometer) lake on the border with Bethany in far western Oklahoma City.
FREEHOLD — A woman was found dead in her home on Monday morning — and the search is on for her husband, according to multiple reports.
Chris Swendeman, a spokesman for the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, said authorities were investigating the suspicious death of a female victim inside a home at 123 Koster Drive in Freehold Township around 7 a.m., but she likely died overnight. He would not disclose the circumstances of her death.
School superintendent Nick Dickstein in a letter to district parents identified the deceased as Denise Bartone, a former chairperson of the Freehold Township Educational Foundation. The Bartone family owns the home, according to tax records.
NBC 4 reported law enforcement sources saying a man allegedly killed his wife before jumping