Greer (WSPA) — The Greenville County Coroner’s Office and Greer Police are investigating a suspicious death.
The coroner says 20-year-old Armani Wilson was dropped off at the emergency room at Greer Memorial Hospital. He was left there around 5:30 Friday afternoon. Officials say Wilson was dropped off by an unidentified man and woman in a dark, late model car.
Anyone with information is being asked to call Greer Police, the Greenville County Coroner’s Office, or Crimestoppers at 23-CRIME.
This is a developing story. We will update this article as more information becomes available.
CLARK FORK The Bonner County Sheriffs Office is investigating a suspicious death in the Clark Fork area.
In announcing the death shortly after 9 p.m., the sheriffs officials advised residents to stay indoors and to keep all of their doors and windows locked.
Undersheriff Ror Lakewold said there were few details he could share about the incident, adding that a majority of the Sheriffs Offices detectives and several patrol units were in the area gathering information. He said as soon as more information can be released, the Sheriffs Office will do so.
Residents are asked to report any suspicious activity or people in the area immediately to Bonner County Dispatch 208-265-5525 or 911.
The death is the second suspicious death in the past year in the Clark Fork/Hope area. On April 5, former Hope clerk Shirley Ann Shirley Ramey, 78, was found shot to death in her Trestle Creek home.
GOFFSTOWN, New Hampshire (CBS) — New Hampshire State Police are looking into a “suspicious death” outside of a hardware store in Goffstown.
Police spent Sunday evening at the scene but released little information at a press conference late Sunday night.
According to officials, an adult male was killed in the incident on Main Street and all parties involved have been identified but no arrests have been made.
An autopsy will be conducted on Monday.
Goffstown Ace Hardware, located at 32 Main Street, posted on Facebook that none of their employees or customers were injured.
Other businesses in the area were told to shelter in place as police searched for a suspect.
“We saw blue lights out and then next thing you know they were knocking on the door telling us to get everybody inside, lock the doors, don’t let anybody in don’t let anybody out,” said Brenda Cadieux, who owns a restaurant nearby.