PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Police homicide unit is investigating the “suspicious death” of a 2-year-old boy.
Authorities responded to the 600 block of East Clementine Street in Kensington around 11:51 p.m. for an unresponsive baby.
Police were met out front by a man and woman holding the child.
The baby was rushed to St. Christopher’s Hospital and pronounced dead at 2:10 a.m.
Police sources tell CBS 3 the boy’s body was covered in bruises and he suffered injuries to his ribs and liver. The boy’s mother and her boyfriend are being questioned.
“Anytime you have a death, anyone that’s present at the particular time police are notified or that may have been present at any point in time leading up to that, they would be questioned,” Lt. John Stanford said. “So that’s where we’re at right now.”
“I was just crying all day because it’s sad,” said Ebony Brunson, the mother’s aunt. “I just want to know what happened.
The death of a disabled mum whose decomposing corpse went undiscovered until neighbours noticed putrid smells and a fly infestation has been labelled “suspicious”.
Sharon Greenop, 46, may have been dead in her bed for months while her daughter Shayla, 19, and sister Lynette, 38, lived under the same roof along with pets including two tarantulas, snakes, a rabbit, blind cat and a three-legged dog called Katie.
The pair appeared to continue their lives as normal while Sharon was dead, posting regular updates on social media and pictures of themselves at the pub.
Sources told the Daily Record charges are expected soon on the bizarre case.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Following extensive police enquiries, the death
An autopsy shows the death of a 42-year-old woman in Westbrook was caused by a medical event, a state police spokesman said Monday afternoon.
Officers found 42-year-old Michelle Minor inside her apartment on Brown Street around 8:20 a.m. Sunday. The Westbrook Police Department originally considered her death to be suspicious, but an autopsy determined otherwise. State police spokesman Stephen McCausland could not elaborate on what type of medical event Minor experienced.
“It’s not suspicious, and there’s no foul play,” McCausland said.
Calls to the state Medical Examiner’s Office were not immediately returned, and no one answered the door of the Brown Street apartment.
Westbrook officers first responded to Minor’s apartment Sunday morning, but quickly turned the investigation over to state police.
“During the initial investigation some facts and circumstances arose that prompted a request for assistance to the Maine State Police,” Westbrook police Capt. Sean
A third year engineering student, Venkata Sai Charan (20), of Koneru Lakshmaiah University (KLU) died under suspicious circumstances at the college hostel located at Tadepalli village in Guntur district on Monday. A native of Podili in Prakasam district, Sai Charan, was pursuing Computer Science Engineering in the KLU.
Around 5 a.m., he accidentally fell from the third floor of the building and suffered multiple fractures. He died while undergoing treatment. The college management passed information to the parents. The Tadepalli police registered a case. The body was handed over to the bereaved family after post-mortem. Investigation is on.
Deputies found the body of a woman inside a car in a dry canal at Avenue 11 1/2 and Road 28 around 9:45 Sunday night.
The Madera Police Department received a suicide call earlier that night. No witnesses have come forward, so investigators don’t know what happened. However, they are calling the woman’s death suspicious.
“We don’t really know. There’s a deceased adult female back there. Suspicious circumstances for sure. It’s far too early to be able to say it’s a homicide or a suicide. It does not appear to be accidental. So it appears to be either a homicide or a suicide,” said Bill Ward/ Madera County Sheriffs Department.
The woman’s name has not been released. Detectives are hopeful that the morning light will help them to find more clues and solve this case.
CRYSTAL RIVER (FOX 13) – Citrus County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a suspicious death after responding to a call in reference to a brush fire early Monday morning.
According to a post on the sheriff’s office Facebook page. deputies responded to the call about a brush fire at 2490 W. Sunripe Loop at approximately 3:30 a.m. Upon arrival, crews discovered a vehicle “fully involved” in the blaze, with one person dead inside.
Detectives and forensic units are investigating the scene.