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The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday it is investigating the “suspicious death” of a man north of Oroville.
The man’s name and age were not released.
The Sheriff’s Office received a call about 9 a.m. Thursday from a person reporting “suspicious circumstances” in the area of Crystal Pines Road in the Cherokee area, according to a news release.
Deputies arrived and found a dead man, according to the release. Detectives launched an investigation into the incident because of the “suspicious nature” of the man’s death.
It was not clear why the death has been deemed suspicious.
The Sheriff’s Office said the investigation
BILLERICA — Police and investigators from the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office continue to investigate the suspicious death of a 30-year-old Lowell man who was found in Billerica last week, but so far have no updates to release to the public.
Meghan Kelly, a spokeswoman for District Attorney Marian Ryan, said the probe remains ongoing as investigators await a ruling from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner on the cause and manner of death.
Police and prosecutors have called the death suspicious, but that does not mean it was a homicide. That determination will be made by the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office.
Kelly said the name of the 30-year-old will not be released until that ruling has been made, because the ruling could affect whether the dead man’s name is released to public.
— ROBERT MILLS
Vermont State Police had little additional information Monday regarding an investigation into last week’s “suspicious death” in Shrewsbury.
Police announced Thursday that they were looking into the circumstances surrounding the death of Sara Reynolds, 32, whose boyfriend had called 911 early that morning to report she had committed suicide. Investigators have not said whether there were indications the death was not a suicide. Police confirmed Friday that an autopsy had been performed that morning, but would not discuss the results.
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A woman who was found unconscious outside her East Harlem apartment building has died, police said Sunday.
Yanina Boitel, 33, lived in the highrise apartment building on Third Avenue, the NYPD says.
She was found Saturday night laying on the ground next to the Johnson Houses with trauma to her body, police said.
She was brought to Metropolitan Hospital where she died, police said. Police consider her death to be suspicious, but nobody has been charged.
Woman Found Gravely Injured Outside Building Dies
A woman was found unconscious outside her East Harlem apartment building on has died, police said Sunday, calling her death suspicious.
(Published Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017)
Authorities say they questioned Boitel’s boyfriend after he body was discovered, but he has not been named as a suspect.
Boitel leaves behind three children and recently became a grandmother.
The Medical Examiner will determine her cause of death. Monday’s autopsy could determine
Toronto police are investigating a man’s death as a suspected drug overdose after he collapsed in an elevator at a downtown condo on Friday morning.
Police were called to the area of Adelaide Street West and Widmer Street just after 6 a.m.
A man and his friend were in an elevator with at least two other people when the man collapsed and was reported to be blue in the face, Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook told CBC Toronto.
One of the people in the elevator phoned police, while the second person performed CPR on the man, who was unresponsive, she said.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Toronto paramedics.
Police in Texas are investigating the death of a woman whose half-naked body was found lying between tombstones at a cemetery.
The woman, who has not been identified, was discovered by an employee Friday morning at Forest Park Cemetery in Lawndale, according to news station KTRK.
“An employee that does digging and landscape work here was driving a tractor through the cemetery and observed her lying in the grass,” Houston Police Department officer Brian Chebret said.
Authorities said that her death appears to be suspicious, news station KHOU reported. An autopsy has been ordered to determine the cause of death.
The victim is believed to be between 30 and 40 years old, officials said.
“[We’re] just looking for witnesses that may have been in the area, last night or this morning, and go from there,” Chebret told KTRK. “We need to get her identified so we can figure out who her friends