Category Archives: Crime Scene Investigation

Woman faces murder charge connected to body found in Calhoun

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Human remains were discovered in west Ouachita early Wednesday by OPSO investigators looking into a three-year-old homicide. Titus Harris, 24, was taken into custody on one count of second degree murder in connection with the homicide.
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A second suspect is now facing a charge of second degree murder connected to the discovery of a body in Calhoun in June 2017.

Amanda M. Franklin, age 20, J.B. Cypress Road was booked into Ouachita Correctional Center Friday on the charge. 

More: Marion man arrested for Wednesday murder

In June 2017, investigators with the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office received information about a murder. During an investigation, officers reportedly spoke with several witnesses who provided consistent statements about hearing one suspect speak

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57-year-old Gary man found dead from gunshot wound in East Glen Park

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Revamp Crime Scene Investigation Procedure, Use Technology: SC to Govt

New Delhi: Underscoring the importance of technology in criminal investigation, the Supreme Court has asked the Central government to consider a rehaul of crime scene investigation procedure by making digital photography and videography a must.

According to the Court, the digital photographs and videos should be recorded without delay and must be shared across various police stations on a real time basis so as to make criminal investigation sharper and faster.

“We have seen how Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officers in US visit the crime scene with body-worn cameras. This act as a deterrent apart from being a useful tool in collecting evidence,” observed a bench of Justices Adarsh K Goel and Uday U Lalit on Tuesday.

Initiating its exercise with the crime scene photography, the bench pointed out that cameras with

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Former crime scene investigator gives forensics and 3-D laser systems presentation

A former crime scene investigator, Ryan Rezelle, spoke about how technology affects investigations, the process of crime scenes and his work as an investigator Monday in the Science Hall.

Most people don’t have a clear understanding of what crime scene investigators (CSI) do, Rezelle said. 

 “It’s been fictionalized so much by television that I really haven’t got a chance to share what this is all about,” Rezelle said. 

In his presentation he discussed what it means to be a CSI and how technology such as the 3-D laser systems can help that field in getting a basic layout of a large area including distinct measurements.

“I was really excited when Ryan agreed to do our seminar,” said Melissa Bailey, director of the master of science forensic science program. “I knew he was going to do a great presentation though.  He’s got tons of stories

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Crime scene investigators mysteriously visit two abortion centers

TUSCALOOSA, Alabama (Operation Rescue) – Somewhat of a mystery has developed over the past few days as a second group of pro-life activists describe the presence of Crime Scene Investigation van at their local abortion facility.

Last week, Operation Rescue reported on the presence of a Palm Beach County Crime Scene unit at Presidential Women’s Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, on February 6, 2018. It was unclear why the unit was dispatched to that abortion facility, but given the fact that PWC was referred to the State Attorney General’s office by the U.S. House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives for illegally trafficking in aborted baby remains, it raised hopes the Crime Scene unit was gathering evidence in that case.

Since then, pro-life activists in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, told Operation Rescue that a similar Crime Scene unit was seen at the West Alabama Women’s Center abortion facility on February 3, 2018.

However, additional details

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Channahon woman found dead was dating a Crest Hill police officer

Investigators search through an apartment Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, after a body was discovered in Channahon, Ill.
County investigators search through an apartment Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, after a body was discovered in Channahon, Ill.

CHANNAHON – A woman who was found dead in her apartment Tuesday in Channahon was with a Crest Hill police officer, who she was dating, when emergency response personnel arrived at the scene, officials said.

Channahon Deputy Police Chief Adam Bogart confirmed that Samantha Harer, 23, was dating Crest Hill police officer Felipe “Phil” Flores.

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Channahon woman found dead was dating a Crest Hill police officer

Investigators search through an apartment Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, after a body was discovered in Channahon, Ill.
County investigators search through an apartment Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, after a body was discovered in Channahon, Ill.

CHANNAHON – The woman who was found dead in her apartment Tuesday in Channahon was with a Crest Hill police officer, who she was dating, when emergency response personnel arrived at the scene, officials said.

Channahon Deputy Police Chief Adam Bogart confirmed Samantha Harer, 23, was dating Crest Hill Police Officer Felipe “Phil” Flores.

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