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Deputies investigate suspicious death of toddler

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the suspicious death of an 18-month-old boy. 

  • Deputies investigate suspicious death of toddler 
  • Boy found unresponsive and not breathing
  • No arrests have been made at this time

Deputies were called out to 227 Killington Way around 4:38 a.m. in response to a report of a child not breathing and unresponsive. 

The child, Moor Lysias, was pronounced dead at the scene, officials said. 

Homicide detectives have determined that the death is suspicious. The Lysias was transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy, which is expected to be conducted on Monday. 

Deputies said two other people were living inside the home–the child’s mother and a male roommate who called 911. 

“It was the roommate who discovered the child was not breathing and made the call to 911,” said Jane Watrel, spokeswoman with OCSO.

The mother was transported by deputies for a mental health evaluation. The roommate, who is not a relative, has not

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Toddler’s death deemed ‘suspicious’ near Orlovista, deputies say

Orange County investigators are looking into the suspicious death of a toddler, spokeswoman Jane Watrel said Sunday.

The 18-month-old toddler, Moor Lysias, was found not breathing and unresponsive at the home early Sunday by his mother’s roommate, deputies said.

Fire Rescue officials pronounced the child dead at the scene and homicide detectives say the death is suspicious, Watrel said. The toddler’s body was transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy Monday.

The child’s mother, who deputies didn’t identify, was taken in for a mental health evaluation, Watrel said.

Toddler’s death deemed ‘suspicious’ near Orlovista, deputies say …

Orange County investigators are looking into the suspicious death of a toddler, spokeswoman Jane Watrel said Sunday.

The 18-month-old toddler, Moor Lysias, was found not breathing and unresponsive at the home early Sunday by his mother’s roommate, deputies said.

Fire Rescue officials pronounced the child dead at the scene, and homicide detectives say the death is suspicious, Watrel said. The toddler’s body was transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy Monday.

The child’s mother, who deputies didn’t identify, was taken in for a mental health evaluation, Watrel said.

Deputies investigating ‘suspicious’ death of toddler in Orange …

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WESH) — Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office say they are investigating the death of an 18-month-old child.

The child was found dead at a home in the 200 block of Killington Way in Orlando.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is calling the death suspicious.

Further details were not immediately available.

This is a developing story, please check back for updates.

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Osceola deputies investigate suspicious death

Osceola County deputies are investigating a suspicious death Tuesday at the Villas of Island Club complex.

Deputies received a call about a burglar alarm, sheriff’s spokesman Jacob Ruiz said. They found a male dead under suspicious circumstances, he said. He would not say how the person died.

Deputies were speaking with another male, who was there when they arrived.

They did not release the names or ages of the two males.

Mason County Deputies Investigate Suspicious Death

A body was found on a disc golf course in Mason County, now deputies are trying to figure out what may have happened.

The victim has been identified as a man from Mason County.

The Mason County sheriff says the death is considered suspicious.

Someone on the course on Jebavy Drive near Ludington came across the man’s body around 6 Sunday night.

It was that discovery that brought investigators to a disc golf course in Mason County.

They were back on scene Monday looking for more clues.

“There is a report that he had a bicycle. They’ve learned since last night that there may be a bicycle out there that they’re going to see if they can go back out and can find the bicycle or anything else that may lead to what caused his death,” said Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole.

The sheriff also says they don’t have much to go on to point to a

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Deputies investigating ‘suspicious’ death of man, 77, in Winter Garden

Deputies found a 77-year-old man dead in a Winter Garden home Saturday afternoon, and they say the circumstances are “suspicious,” according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

Around 2:45, deputies responded to a welfare check at a home on the 1400 block of Avalon Road. Inside, they found Noel Brown, 77, dead, according to sheriff’s spokesman Jeff Williamson.

Detectives said the circumstances were “suspicious” and the Medical Examiner ruled the death to be a homicide, Williamson said.

Williamson said deputies were still at the scene collecting evidence Sunday afternoon, as detectives received information about evidence that may be located in the area.

Deputies investigating ‘suspicious’ death of man, 77, in Winter …

Deputies found a 77-year-old man dead in a Winter Garden home Saturday afternoon, and they say the circumstances are “suspicious,” according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

Around 2:45, deputies responded to a welfare check at a home on the 1400 block of Avalon Road. Inside, they found Noel Brown, 77, dead, according to sheriff’s spokesman Jeff Williamson.

Detectives said the circumstances were “suspicious” and the Medical Examiner ruled the death to be a homicide, Williamson said.

Williamson said deputies were still at the scene collecting evidence Sunday afternoon, as detectives received information about evidence that may be located in the area.

Putnam deputies investigating ‘suspicious death’ in Scott Depot – WSAZ

PUTNAM COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) — Putnam County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a woman’s death in Scott Depot as suspicious.

The investigation comes after a woman was found injured on the ground in a housing complex and died later at the hospital.

Putnam County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Teays Villa in Scott Depot Monday night for a domestic disturbance call. When deputies arrived, they found a woman lying on the ground at the housing complex.

A report filed by deputies says Joni Haynes, 38, appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and was complaining of pain in the area of her ribs.

However, Sheriff Steve DeWeese says emergency responders did not find any visible injuries or signs of trauma to the outside of her body.

Haynes was transported to CAMC Teays Valley where it was determined that she had life-threatening internal injuries.

Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, Haynes was

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