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Byron Bay’s DJ Dad Bod ‘suspicious’ death baffles police | Daily Mail …

  • Chris Bradley, known as DJ Dad Bod, mysteriously died at a Christmas Day party
  • The 28-year-old collapsed and couldn’t be revived about 11.30pm on Monday
  • His sudden death is being treated as suspicious by homicide police

Nic White For Daily Mail Australia

VPD investigating ‘suspicious death’ in Downtown Eastside | Daily …

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Vancouver Police are investigating what they’re considering to be a suspicious death in the Downtown Eastside.

VPD Sgt. Jason Robillard told Daily Hive that just after 6 pm on Sunday, a body was found in a suite in the area of Dunlevy Avenue and Powell Street.

And while they are considering the death suspicious, Robillard said that the person’s death has not been ruled a homicide.

“There is no further information to share are this time as the investigation continues,” he said.


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Read more at: http://dailyhive.com/vancouver/downtown-eastside-police-death-suspicious-september-2017

Police investigating suspicious death in Surrey | Daily Hive Vancouver

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A death in Surrey on Sunday morning is being called “suspicious in nature” by police.

Just before 5:30 am, Surrey RCMP was called to the 6900 Block of 127A Street. Upon their arrival, officers found an unresponsive adult victim in a residential laneway.

The victim ultimately succumbed to their injuries, and now the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) has been called  in to help investigate the circumstances surrounding the death.

Police said they are still gathering evidence surrounding the circumstances of the death. At this point, they are not releasing any further information.

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call the IHIT tipline at 1-877-551-IHIT (4448) or by email at [email protected]


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Read more at: http://dailyhive.com/vancouver/surrey-suspicious-death-august-21-2017

Victim’s name released in suspicious death – Gallipolis Daily Tribune

SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP — The name of the victim whose death the Gallia County Sheriff’s Office is investigating has been released.

On Tuesday, a statement from Sheriff Matt Champlin said: “The Gallia County Sheriff’s Office has released the name of the victim involved in the suspicious death investigation which occurred on July 30, 2017. Robert R. Thivener, age 68, was found deceased at his residence on East Bethel Church Road in the late hours of July 30, 2017. We are continuing our investigation into details surrounding Mr. Thivener’s death and multiple agencies are working jointly to solve this case. As this investigation continues to unfold, further details will be released.”

On Sunday at approximately 11:04 p.m., the Gallia County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence on East Bethel Church Road regarding a reported suspicious death before finally detaining a person of interest Monday evening. As previously reported, James Allen “Jamie” Drummond Jr. was

Read more at: http://www.mydailytribune.com/news/16954/victims-name-released-in-suspicious-death

Authorities looking into suspicious death – Columbia Daily Tribune

Multiple law enforcement agencies in mid-Missouri are looking into the suspicious death of a 30-year-old Columbia man.

Boone County Sheriff’s Department Det. Tom O’Sulivan said in a news release a passerby found Leon Wilder III’s body Thursday afternoon on North Rangeline Road near the Centralia Battlefield Historic Site, just west of the Boone/Audrain County Line. The Boone County Medical Examiner’s office performed an autopsy on the body Friday, according to the release.

The Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad is investigating Wilder’s death. The squad includes police from 10 counties and Troop F of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Read more at: http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/20170707/authorities-looking-into-suspicious-death

Torrance police investigating suspicious death – Daily Breeze



Police were investigating the deaths of two men in separate incidents Sunday morning, but neither was believed to be a homicide.

Officers were called at 6 a.m. to the 3700 block of Garnet Street to a report of a “man down” near a trash bin. Police closed the street to traffic to investigate and determined the man had committed suicide, Torrance police Sgt. Ronald Harris said.

An autopsy will determine the cause of death, which Harris said was not caused by gunfire.

At the same time, police were investigating the death of a transient in a wheelchair at a Yum Yum Donuts at Artesia Boulevard and Prairie

Read more at: http://www.dailybreeze.com/general-news/20170625/torrance-police-investigating-suspicious-death

Suspicious death in the Mimbres | Silver City Daily Press

Grant County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a suspicious death in the Mimbres Valley that occurred on Saturday night.

Walter Biebelle III, 67, of San Lorenzo, was found dead in his home in the 2400 block of Highway 61 in the Mimbres. Deputies were dispatched to the home at approximately 8:52 Saturday night in reference to a “possible suicide,” according to a news release from the Grant County Sheriff’s Office. The cause of death is undetermined at this time, the release stated, but it is being investigated as a suspicious death.

Biebelle was from a longtime ranching family and ranched in Eddy County, east of Carlsbad, for more than 20 years, where he raised two children with his previous spouse, before returning to the Mimbres Valley to work the family ranch nearly 20 years ago, said friend and fellow Eddy County rancher Jim Ballard. He and Biebelle became friends and worked each other’s

Read more at: http://www.scdailypress.com/site/2017/03/29/suspicious-death-in-the-mimbres/

Troy Daily News | Suspect identified in connection with suspicious …

TROY — The Miami County Sheriff’s Office has identified a Dayton man being considered for charges in connection with the incident in which a man was left for dead at the entrance to Upper Valley Medical Center.

Virgil Corbin, 48, is believed to be involved in leaving Terry E. Sims at the entrance of Upper Valley Medical Center on Jan. 29, according to a press release. Criminal charges of reckless homicide and tampering with evidence are being considered for a grand jury indictment, according to the sheriff’s office.

Sims, 59, also of Dayton, was found lying at the entrance of the hospital by a nurse on her way to work. The nurse who found Sims attempted CPR on the man prior to him being taken into the Emergency Department, where he was pronounced dead.

An autopsy was ordered for Sims. The sutopsy results, specifically toxicology results, are still pending.

The investigation will be presented

Read more at: https://tdn-net.com/news/19596/possible-charges-for-dayton-man-for-suspicious-death