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OPP probe ‘suspicious’ death after body found in Grafton

Northumberland OPP are investigating after a body was found in Grafton on Friday morning.

Around 7 a.m. OPP were called to a parking lot on Lyle St. North, located just south of Highway 401. Police say the body of a male was found near a car with Quebec licence plates. The vehicle was parked behind a small building.

According to Northumberland OPP Const. Steve Bates, the death is currently being treated as suspicious.

The OPP’s Crime Unit are currently on scene and its Forensic Identification Services have been contacted to attend.

OPP probe ‘suspicious’ death after body found in Grafton …

Northumberland OPP are investigating after a body was found in Grafton on Friday morning.

Around 7 a.m. OPP were called to a parking lot on Lyle St. North, located just south of Highway 401. Police say the body of a male was found near a car with Quebec licence plates. The vehicle was parked behind a small building.

According to Northumberland OPP Const. Steve Bates, the death is currently being treated as suspicious.

The OPP’s Crime Unit are currently on scene and its Forensic Identification Services have been contacted to attend.

Police Probe Patient’s ‘Suspicious Death’ at Sharp Grossmont …

A patient died Thursday at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa and police have now launched an investigation into the man’s death, which, at this point, is considered suspicious and “tragic.”

The La Mesa Police Department (LMPD) said officers received a call just before 2 p.m. reporting the patient’s death at the hospital located at 5555 Grossmont Center Dr. The facility is across the street from the Grossmont Center shopping mall in a busy part of the East County.

Police did not immediately release details about the man, saying only that he was 58 years old and a patient at Grossmont Hospital at the time of his death. His name was not released.

The LMPD said no hospital employees were considered subjects in the investigation. Sharp HealthCare echoed this, releasing this short statement Friday:

“Police and homicide detectives from the La Mesa

Read more at: https://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Patients-Suspicious-Death-Sharp-Grossmont-Hospital-La-Mesa-467155793.html

Police Probe Patient’s ‘Suspicious Death’ at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa

A patient died Thursday at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa and police have now launched an investigation into the man’s death, which, at this point, is considered suspicious and “tragic.”

The La Mesa Police Department (LMPD) said officers received a call just before 2 p.m. reporting the patient’s death at the hospital located at 5555 Grossmont Center Dr. The facility is across the street from the Grossmont Center shopping mall in a busy part of the East County.

Police did not immediately release details about the man, saying only that he was 58 years old and a patient at Grossmont Hospital at the time of his death. His name was not released.

The LMPD said no hospital employees were considered subjects in the investigation. Sharp HealthCare echoed this, releasing this short statement Friday:

“Police and homicide detectives from the La Mesa

Read more at: https://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Patients-Suspicious-Death-Sharp-Grossmont-Hospital-La-Mesa-467155793.html

Police probe ‘suspicious’ Carrutherstown death – BBC News

Carrutherstown exit

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A cordon around the village was in place for several hours

A man found injured in a south of Scotland village has been detained by police after the discovery of a woman’s body.

Police were called out to Carrutherstown at about 06:00 following reports of a man being found hurt.

Another

Read more at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-south-scotland-42454076

Garda probe launched after ‘suspicious death’ of elderly woman in Limerick

GARDAÍ HAVE APPEALED for information after the body of an elderly woman was discovered in suspicious circumstances in Limerick city today.

The body of the woman, who is aged in her late 70s, was discovered by a relative, in her home, at New Road Thomondgate, around 1.30pm.

Gardaí have sealed off the house, and said they were not releasing the deceased’s name, as they were still trying to contact all of the woman’s family members.

Superintendent Derek Smart of Henry Street Garda Station confirmed that officers were investigating the “suspicious death” of a woman in Thomondgate.

Appealing for information, Supt Smart said: “If anyone knows anything or heard anything in the area between last night and this afternoon” to contact gardaí.

Superintendent Smart confirmed the services of the State Pathologist has been requested.

“A post mortem will be carried out by the State Pathologist and the results of this will determine the course of the garda

Read more at: http://www.thejournal.ie/limerick-body-suspicious-3752825-Dec2017/

‘Suspicious’ death near Fife Lake triggers probe

TRAVERSE CITY — A downstate man’s death in Kalkaska County is being treated as suspicious by authorities.

Brodrick Albert Ward, 42, of Inkster, was found dead Tuesday at a Gonyer Road home, authorities said. His relatives discovered his body after they couldn’t reach him and drove up from downstate to check on him.

An autopsy will be conducted, authorities said.

Kalkaska County Sheriff Pat Whiteford and Undersheriff Harry Shipp issued a news release Wednesday stating investigators are treating Ward’s death as “suspicious” but few other details. They didn’t return calls for additional comment.

The release states a 911 call at 5:03 p.m. about Ward’s death prompted an ongoing investigation by Kalkaska County sheriff’s deputies, Michigan State Police troopers and state police crime lab technicians. Investigators asked people with information about Ward to call the Kalkaska County Sheriff’s Department at 231-258-8686.

Read more at: http://www.record-eagle.com/news/local_news/suspicious-death-near-fife-lake-triggers-probe/article_d87447a9-4ccd-535d-83a1-f6c23a99b9d1.html

‘Suspicious’ death near Fife Lake triggers probe | Local News …

TRAVERSE CITY — Few details followed reports of a downstate man’s death in Kalkaska County.

Family members found Brodrick Albert Ward, 42, of Inkster, dead at a home Tuesday, said Undersheriff Harry Shipp. He said investigators on Wednesday considered the death “suspicious” because they couldn’t point a cause.

“This thing is fluid and ongoing,” Shipp said.

Shipp declined to release further details, but said authorities didn’t believe there was a threat to the public. He said authorities did contact Forest Area Community Schools officials about the death that occurred at a nearby Gonyer Road home.

Ward’s relatives discovered his body after they couldn’t get in touch with him and drove up from downstate to check on him. They arrived at a home near Fife Lake and found Ward dead.

A 911 call at 5:03 p.m. about Ward’s death prompted an ongoing investigation by Kalkaska County sheriff’s deputies, Michigan State Police troopers and state police crime

Read more at: http://www.record-eagle.com/news/local_news/suspicious-death-near-fife-lake-triggers-probe/article_d87447a9-4ccd-535d-83a1-f6c23a99b9d1.html

Chico police probe of man’s suspicious death in ‘preliminary’ stages – Chico Enterprise



Chico Police Monday remained tight-lipped about the case of a 26-year-old Chico man found dead in an apartment last week north of Chico State University.

Chico police have said the death of the man — whose name continued to be withheld by investigators — is suspicious in nature and is being investigated as a homicide.

The Butte County Coroner’s Office directed questions about the man’s identity to the Chico Police Department.

The head of the Chico Police Department Detective Bureau, Commander Ted McKinnon, said in a phone interview Monday that the man’s cause of death has not yet been determined.

But

Read more at: http://www.chicoer.com/general-news/20171113/chico-police-probe-of-mans-suspicious-death-in-preliminary-stages

Chico police probe man’s ‘suspicious’ death – Chico Enterprise



Chico A 26-year-old Chico man was found dead early Thursday morning in an apartment north of Chico State University, and Chico Police Chief Mike O’Brien said the man’s death is considered “suspicious in nature.”

The man’s name was not immediately released Thursday morning, and no arrests or suspects were announced.

Police received a 9-1-1 call about 1:45 a.m. Thursday regarding a man down inside an apartment in the 1500 block of North Cherry Street, between West Fourth and Sixth avenues, O’Brien said.

Officers entered the apartment and found the man dead inside, he said.

The police chief withheld several details about

Read more at: http://www.chicoer.com/general-news/20171109/chico-police-probe-mans-suspicious-death