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Police: No charges in ‘suspicious’ death of South Salt Lake man

SOUTH SALT LAKE — Despite being involved in a fight prior to his death, the Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office has determined a South Salt Lake man whose death was originally called “suspicious,” died of a drug overdose.

On Nov. 20, South Salt Lake police were called to an apartment at 3401 S. 200 East. A woman indicated that the victim was not conscious, not breathing and had been stabbed, South Salt Lake police detective Gary Keller said at the time. But investigators could not find any evidence of a stab wound.

At the time, police said the death was being treated as “suspicious,” but detectives weren’t sure if they were investigating a murder.

South Salt Lake police on Monday said that even though Richard Marolejo, 52, was involved in a fight, his death was ruled a drug overdose and no criminal charges will be filed against the man he

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Police: No charges in ‘suspicious’ death of South Salt Lake man

SOUTH SALT LAKE — Despite being involved in a fight prior to his death, the Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office has determined a South Salt Lake man whose death was originally called “suspicious,” died of a drug overdose.

On Nov. 20, South Salt Lake police were called to an apartment at 3401 S. 200 East. A woman indicated that the victim was not conscious, not breathing and had been stabbed, South Salt Lake police detective Gary Keller said at the time. But investigators could not find any evidence of a stab wound.

At the time, police said the death was being treated as “suspicious,” but detectives weren’t sure if they were investigating a murder.

South Salt Lake police on Monday said that even though Richard Marolejo, 52, was involved in a fight, his death was ruled a drug overdose and no criminal charges will be filed against the man he was fighting with.

The

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Third suspicious death of week investigated in small city in south Arkansas

Arkansas State Police are aiding in the third suspicious death investigation in less than a week in a small south-Arkansas city, police spokesmen said.

A 911 caller reported a deceased person at 7:38 a.m. in the 600 block of Jeanette Street, a media release from the Magnolia Police Department said. The release said the person — who has not yet been identified — was found in a bedroom of the home. Magnolia investigators are considering the death to be a homicide, the release said.

State police spokesman Bill Sadler said troopers with the criminal investigation division drove to Magnolia on Friday morning at the request of the local authorities to investigate the death. Sadler said state police will wait for the state Crime Lab to determine the manner and cause of death.

The suspicious death follows two

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Heartbroken family of South Burlington man looking for answers after suspicious death in Costa Rica


When Thomas Cook’s family learned that his body had been

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Police investigate suspicious death in south Springfield

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Police investigate suspicious death in south Springfield – KY3

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Police are investigating a suspicious death in the south Springfield.

Officers responded to a home at 2637 South Fremont for a well-being check around 8 a.m. Saturday.

“A relative had called us wanting to check on a female who resided inside this residence,” Lt. David Meyer, with the Springfield Police Department, said.

Officers found Syolanda Patterson, 32, shot to death inside the home.

Detectives believe that this was not a random act of violence. The shooter and Patterson knew each other.

The shooter has been identified but no arrests have been made.

If you have any information in this case police ask you call 417-864-1810 or make an anonymous call to Crime Stoppers at 417-869-8477.

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Abducted woman found dead in south Baltimore, police say – Wbal-Tv

Authorities have confirmed a body found during a house fire in south Baltimore Wednesday belonged to the woman abducted by two men the day before.

Officials with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, crime scene technicians and detectives were at a burned-out rowhome at 7th Street and Baltic Avenue in Brooklyn Wednesday after a call for a fire at 9 a.m. that turned into a suspicious death investigation.

Tiffany Jones, 29, a married mother of two, was reported abducted on Tuesday following an argument with two men in the 3600 block of Potee Street around 2:30 p.m.

During the argument, the men forced Jones into a black Ford pickup truck and drove away, police said.

“She’s a mother. She has two children, a boy and a little girl,” a relative said. “So we don’t know if they hurt her and just put her in there

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