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Police probe into Charleena Lyles fatal shooting could take months

While many questions remain about Sunday’s fatal shooting of Charleena Lyles by two Seattle police officers, some answers likely won’t come anytime soon.

Under federally mandated reforms stemming from a 2012 court agreement with the Department of Justice, the department’s Force Investigation Team will carry out an extensive investigation of the officers’ decision to fire after Lyles, 30, allegedly threatened them with two knives.

It usually takes a few months to complete the work, which requires interviews, crime-scene investigation and forensic work.

Some information is quickly released — such as dashcam audio and video recordings of confrontations, which were provided by police on Monday. But other information is withheld until all the evidence is examined, in accordance with department policy.

The results then are

Read more at: http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/police-probe-into-shooting-of-charleena-lyles-could-take-months/

Police chief urges patience during fatal crash investigation – News …

Police continue to investigate what caused a driver to crash his SUV into a Houma house in January, killing a boy inside the home and leaving another with critical injuries. 

On Jan. 21, 60-year-old motorist William W. Holden, of Miles Street, had complained to a Wimberley Way resident that he was suffering from some “unspecified medical condition,” police said. 

When officers arrived to investigate, the SUV Holden was driving accelerated, crashing into a mailbox in the 100 block of Wimberley Way, police said. Holden re-entered the road at high speed and slammed into the Woodwind Drive home that contained 11-year-old Michael Boyles Jr. and his friend’s family. 

Boyles, a Mulberry Elementary School fifth-grader, and one of his friends were severely injured and were rushed to Terrebonne General Medical Center. The friend survived, but Boyles did not. 

Holden was also treated for injuries and was later

Read more at: http://www.houmatoday.com/news/20170415/police-chief-urges-patience-during-fatal-crash-investigation

Police chief urges patience during fatal accident investigation

Police continue to investigate what caused a driver to crash his SUV into a Houma house in January, killing a boy inside the home and leaving another with critical injuries. 

On Jan. 21, 60-year-old motorist William W. Holden, of Miles Street, had complained to a Wimberley Way resident that he was suffering from some “unspecified medical condition,” police said. 

When officers arrived to investigate, the SUV Holden was driving accelerated, crashing into a mailbox in the 100 block of Wimberley Way, police said. Holden re-entered the road at high speed and slammed into the Woodwind Drive home that contained 11-year-old Michael Boyles Jr. and his friend’s family. 

Boyles, a Mulberry Elementary School fifth-grader, and one of his friends were severely injured and were rushed to Terrebonne General Medical Center. The friend survived, but Boyles did not. 

Holden was also treated for injuries and was later

Read more at: http://www.houmatoday.com/news/20170415/police-chief-urges-patience-during-fatal-accident-investigation

Police chief urges patience during fatal accident investigation …

Police continue to investigate what caused a driver to crash his SUV into a Houma house in January, killing a boy inside the home and leaving another with critical injuries. 

On Jan. 21, 60-year-old motorist William W. Holden, of Miles Street, had complained to a Wimberley Way resident that he was suffering from some “unspecified medical condition,” police said. 

When officers arrived to investigate, the SUV Holden was driving accelerated, crashing into a mailbox in the 100 block of Wimberley Way, police said. Holden re-entered the road at high speed and slammed into the Woodwind Drive home that contained 11-year-old Michael Boyles Jr. and his friend’s family. 

Boyles, a Mulberry Elementary School fifth-grader, and one of his friends were severely injured and were rushed to Terrebonne General Medical Center. The friend survived, but Boyles did not. 

Holden was also treated for injuries and was later

Read more at: http://www.houmatoday.com/news/20170415/police-chief-urges-patience-during-fatal-accident-investigation

UPDATE: Survivor identified in fatal Sullivan County crash

UPDATE: The survivor of a fatal crash in Sullivan County has been identified as a Vincennes man.

Samuel Alan Mack was taken to Terre Haute Regional Hospital where he is receiving treatment for potentially life-threatening injuries from this morning’s crash.

Sgt. Joe Watts of the Indiana State Police said Mack’s family has been notified of the accident.

Another man who died in the accident near Carlisle has not yet been positively identified. Watts said troopers believe they know the man’s identity, and they have notified family members.

Both men were ejected from the northbound car after it went off Old U.S. 41 and struck a tree. Both men were ejected from the car.

ISP and the Sullivan County Coroner’s Office will release the victim’s name as soon as the positive identification has been made, which may take a few days, Watts said.

Posted at 10:45 a.m.

UPDATE: One man died and another man was taken to Terre

Read more at: http://www.tribstar.com/news/update-survivor-identified-in-fatal-sullivan-county-crash/article_b4547372-193c-11e7-bc88-6be7cf53cdb2.html

UPDATE: Survivor identified in fatal Sullivan County crash | News …

UPDATE: The survivor of a fatal crash in Sullivan County has been identified as a Vincennes man.

Samuel Alan Mack was taken to Terre Haute Regional Hospital where he is receiving treatment for potentially life-threatening injuries from this morning’s crash.

Sgt. Joe Watts of the Indiana State Police said Mack’s family has been notified of the accident.

Another man who died in the accident near Carlisle has not yet been positively identified. Watts said troopers believe they know the man’s identity, and they have notified family members.

Both men were ejected from the northbound car after it went off Old U.S. 41 and struck a tree. Both men were ejected from the car.

ISP and the Sullivan County Coroner’s Office will release the victim’s name as soon as the positive identification has been made, which may take a few days, Watts said.

Posted at 10:45 a.m.

UPDATE: One man died and another man was taken to Terre

Read more at: http://www.tribstar.com/news/update-survivor-identified-in-fatal-sullivan-county-crash/article_b4547372-193c-11e7-bc88-6be7cf53cdb2.html

No blood on clothes in fatal Frederick stabbing; witness heard threat

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No blood on clothes in fatal stabbing; witness heard threat

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