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Roughly eight hours may have passed before a woman who had been shot in the chest was taken to a hospital in Greenfield where she died early Tuesday morning, according to an investigator, and police are still seeking a person of interest as drama unfolds on social media.
As of Wednesday evening, police were seeking James Carver, a 40-year-old man described as having facial tattoos last known to be living in the New Vienna area, according to a joint press release from Greenfield Police Chief Jeremiah Oyer and Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera issued Wednesday morning.
The victim, who officials said died from a gunshot wound to the chest at Adena Greenfield Medical Center early Tuesday morning, was identified by Highland County Coroner Dr. Jeff Beery as Heather Camp, 33, of Wilmington.
Washtock’s 15-year-old son is the person who found the body. Investigators aren’t saying anything further about what they believe happened, other than- at this point- they consider the death to be suspicious.
While the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office initially responded to investigate this death, they asked PCSO to take over the case when they learned that Washtock was independently investigating the 2010 death of Michelle O’Connell. O’Connell’s death was ruled a suicide, involving the service weapon of her then-boyfriend, who was a St. Johns County deputy. O’Connell’s family
Neighbours of a woman who was found dead in a County Durham home say she was a mum-of-two.
Detectives say they are treating the death, in Carrville, near Durham City as ‘suspicious’.
Police were called to Bainbridge Street at just before 4.30pm on Friday where the body of a 39-year-old woman was found. A 35-year-old man has been questioned by police.
On Sunday, the end terraced house was still cordoned off, while forensics officers could be seen working at the scene. Neighbours told ChronicleLive a couple lived at the house with a young boy. And they said they believed the dead woman was a mum-of-two.