According to a news release, state police in Gettysburg are investigating the death of 87-year-old Virginia Barbour, who was found dead Wednesday in a home on the 100 block of Peach Glen Idaville Road in Huntington Township, Adams County.
According to police, troopers were called to the home to conduct a welfare check, and, when they arrived, they found Barbour dead inside. Police then conducted an investigation and determined that “unknown actors” entered the home and then fled the scene.
State police said the woman’s death was the result of a criminal homicide.
An updated news release Friday indicates at least six long guns, a .44 caliber pistol, and $1,600 in statehood rolled quarters were taken from the residence. A silver 2012 Chevrolet Impala
Vermont State Police investigating the suspicious death in Concord now say the incident was homicide.
In a follow up press release issued at 6 p.m. Monday state police say the medical examiner has determined the cause of death was multiple gunshot wounds.
The identity of the victim is pending notification of next of kin, say police.
According to the initial police press release, the property owner at 1549 Victory Road in North Concord spotted the body of a white male along the wooded edge of his driveway at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday.
The State Police Crime Scene Search Team responded and the body was transported to the Chief Medical Examiner’s office for an autopsy to identify the male and determine the cause and manner of death.
Detectives with the State Police Major Crime Unit and VSP’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation began their investigation on Sunday.
Detectives worked through the night and continued the investigation today, conducting
The Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated the Aug. 1 death of Caleb M. Klinksiek, 29, at the Trumbull Correctional Institute as a possible drug overdose.
An official ruling on the cause and manner of his death, however, is awaiting final autopsy results, including toxicology results, said Sgt. Ronald Schneider of the patrol’s Office of Investigative Services in the Warren district offices in Southington.
Klinksiek was sentenced to six years in prison in early 2014 after being convicted of felonious assault with a specification of being a repeat violent offender in Medina County Common Pleas Court.
The conviction stemmed from an assault at a bonfire at a home in Medina in 2013, according to court records.
Investigative Services investigates crimes involving state property in a seven-county area, including those at four prisons: TCI, Ohio State