YANKTON, S.D. (AP) — Sheriff’s officials say they’ve made an arrest in the death of a Yankton woman.
The 21-year-old Yankton man was arrested Saturday in the death of 61-year-old Deborah Lynn Schock. Family members found her body in a mobile home in rural Yankton County on Sept. 7. Authorities say she had been dead for several days and that her death was suspicious.
The Press and Dakotan says the suspect is in the Yankton County Jail on $1 million bond.
A Toronto man has been charged with 1st-degree murder in connection with the death of a woman this past spring.
Toronto police say they responded to a medical call at a home in Scarborough around 11:30 a.m. on April 3.
Officers found 40-year-old Chiou-Shuang “Susan” Chen dead inside.
Investigators with the 42 Division carried out a “suspicious death investigation,” with the help of the homicide unit, police said in a release Saturday.
The 53-year-old man was arrested Saturday and appeared in court at Old City Hall the same afternoon.
Chen’s death marks Toronto’s 44th homicide of the year.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7400 or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers by calling 416-222-8477.
Officers went to the flat at 1.30pm on Saturday (August 31) after people reported concerns about Sandra, who lived in Herrick House on Howard Road.
When officers forced their way into the home, they found her dead inside.
A 47-year-old-man was arrested a day later (Sunday, September 1) on suspicion of murder but has since been released under investigation.
Detective Chief Inspector Chris Soole, said: “We are treating this death as suspicious and are appealing for help from the public.
“In particular, I would like to hear from anyone who was in the area of Howard Road on the day in question, particularly if they saw anyone hanging around. Your information could be vital and anyone calling police will be fully supported.”
A post-mortem examination took place on Monday (September 2) but
The suspicious death of Israa Al-Gharib from the occupied West Bank has stirred up a social media storm following allegations that she was killed for “staining family honour”, Arabi21.com reported on Sunday. The story of the young woman’s death went viral on social media, with campaigners using the Arabic hashtag #All of us are Israa Al-Gharib.
The 21-year-old Palestinian worked at a beautician’s salon and campaigners published her images taken in beauty spots. They claim that Al-Gharib was killed by her family members after she had appeared in a short video on Instagram alongside a youth who asked her family to get engaged to her.
Her family said in one statement that she fell to her death, and in another that she died after being harmed by “spirits”. According to campaigners, her death was a “crime” if it came about to “protect family honour”.
On Monday, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh announced
She worked as a cosmetician and was studying English at Bethlehem University. On August 22, at the age of 21, she died “under suspicious circumstances.” The passing of Israa Gharib, a resident of Beit Sahour, has generated a flurry of angry posts on Palestinian social media, many blaming her death squarely on her family. People are so enraged that the Bethlehem district prosecutor issued an appeal to the public on Friday, asking not to publicize any details or names that could harm the investigation, the presumption of innocence, or the honor of the deceased and her family.
San Diego County Crime Stoppers, along with investigators from the San Diego Police Department’s Homicide Unit, are asking for the public’s help with a suspicious death investigation of 36-year-old Anita Teres that occurred on Fiesta Island.
On August 24, 2019, at approximately 6:37 a.m., Anita Teres was found deceased in the water near the 1000 block of Fiesta Island Road.
The San Diego Police Department’s Homicide Unit is investigating this case as a suspicious death.
Teres was known to frequent the areas of Fiesta Island, Downtown San Diego, La Mesa, and various trolley stops
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Detective Armentano at (619) 531-2291 or the Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (888) 580-8477.
Visit the Crime Stoppers website at www.sdcrimestoppers.org for more information on how to send anonymous web and mobile app tips.
There is a $1,000 reward being offered for information that leads
The Edmonton Police Service Homicide Unit is investigating the suspicious death of a 33-year-old woman whose remains were discovered in an alley earlier this month.
Police said people walking in an alley west of 149 Street, between 92 and 93 avenues, discovered human remains on Thursday, Aug. 15.
On Wednesday, police said the remains were those of Terri Ann Rowan. Her death is now being treated as suspicious, police said.
The cause of Rowan’s death is not being released, “to protect the integrity of the investigation,” police said.
Edmonton police are investigating after human remains were found in an alley. Eric Beck/Global News
Edmonton police are investigating after human remains were found in an alley.
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Anyone who may have seen or spoken with Rowan in the week leading
FALL RIVER (CBS) — Police launched a suspicious death investigation after a Taunton woman was found outside a condo complex in Fall River Tuesday morning. Officers responded to the Waterview Heights condominiums around 9:35 a.m.
The 42-year-old woman was rushed to the Rhode Island Hospital where she was pronounced dead, according to Bristol County District Attorney’s Office.
Her last known address was in Taunton, the D.A. said. Her identity is not currently being released.
Residents are stunned. “I’ve been here 20 years now, this is a very quiet place. I’ve never much of anything like that ever,” one man said.
Another theorized that the woman fell out of the window. “She went out the hallway window. It was the craziest thing.