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Arrest made in Town of Collins homicide | wivb.com

COLLINS, N.Y. (WIVB) – The Erie County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest following a Wednesday night homicide in the Town of Collins.

Deputies were called to the Spring Wood Trailer Park on Bagdad Road around 7:40 p.m. Detectives and the Crime Scene Investigation Unit were at the residence investigating a fatal shooting.

Gowanda resident Anthony Chipman, 46, was pronounced dead at the scene.

A gun was located nearby, but it is not clear if it was the one used in the homicide. The Sheriff’s office says Chipman was killed with a pellet gun.

As the result of an investigation, Collins resident Brandon White, 32, was charged with Manslaughter. He is being held at the Erie County Holding Center.

More information will be released as it becomes available.

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Arrest made in Town of Collins homicide

COLLINS, N.Y. (WIVB) – The Erie County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest following a Wednesday night homicide in the Town of Collins.

Deputies were called to the Spring Wood Trailer Park on Bagdad Road around 7:40 p.m. Detectives and the Crime Scene Investigation Unit were at the residence investigating a fatal shooting.

Gowanda resident Anthony Chipman, 46, was pronounced dead at the scene.

A gun was located nearby, but it is not clear if it was the one used in the homicide. The Sheriff’s office says Chipman was killed with a pellet gun.

As the result of an investigation, Collins resident Brandon White, 32, was charged with Manslaughter. He is being held at the Erie County Holding Center.

More information will be released as it becomes available.

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Preliminary autopsy report: Infant’s death a homicide caused by assault

A preliminary autopsy report for an 8-month-old who died in Potter County earlier this month lists the cause of death as homicide.

The report shows the child, Aubrielle Stevens, died from bleeding due to a skull fracture and blunt trauma of the head.

The injuries were the result of an assault, the report says.

Stevens’ funeral services were Friday in Power Church. She was buried in Llano Cemetery East.

The Amarillo Police Department is still investigating after receiving a report of an unconscious baby at 1:06 p.m. June 30.

Officers were dispatched to the Palo Duro Place Apartments in the 1100 block of South Carolina Street, and there was evidence a baby had been injured and detectives from the Special Victims Unit and the Crime Scene Investigation Unit were called to the scene, police said.

The child was taken to a local hospital and died on

Read more at: http://amarillo.com/local-news/news/crime-and-courts/2017-07-09/preliminary-autopsy-report-infant-s-death-homicide

UPDATE: Police investigate suspected homicide

TRAVERSE CITY — Word of a suspected homicide in a Barlow Street home percolated through an east Traverse City neighborhood as authorities investigated the scene.

Mike Wolf first noticed a pair of Traverse City Police Department cars parked outside a neighbor’s home when he went to fetch the Sunday paper at about 6:30 a.m.

Hours later, Cymantha Kostecki drove past the scene, complete with police tape, police cars and a mobile Michigan State Police crime scene investigation laboratory. She returned to her nearby home to find a message from her sister detailing a suspected slaying inside the taped-off home, but no news coverage of the incident.

The message left Kostecki with lingering concern about the safety of her neighborhood.

“OK, well, did something happen and someone’s on the run?” she said.

Authorities released details of what they suspect happened Monday morning, about 29 hours after the suspected stabbing that left a man, 56-year-old Daniel Floyd

Read more at: http://www.record-eagle.com/news/local_news/update-police-investigate-suspected-homicide/article_2c3f1605-2b93-57dc-8498-223324dd4d0f.html

BH Forensic Science Class Investigates Mock Homicide

Hull, Iowa — The Boyden-Hull Jr/Sr High School’s Forensic Science Class have been participating in a crime scene activity for the past few weeks, that will culminate with the writing of the final mock Police Reports Thursday morning (May 25th).

Sioux County Sheriff’s Deputy Waylon Pollema says planning for the mock crime scene investigation began several months ago.

He says the students were given a crime scene scenario, in this case a homicide, and then they entered the mock crime scene.

Pollema says Sioux County Attorney Tom Kunstle took part in the activity, as well, joining the students to help them write an application for a search warrant so that they could investigate the crime scene.

He says that after the search warrrant was issued, students were able to enter the crime scene, look around, and take

Read more at: http://kiwaradio.com/local-news/b-h-forensic-science-class-investigates-mock-homicide/

Woman found dead in Anchorage; police investigating as a homicide

On Sunday evening, the police mobile crime scene investigation van was parked in front of the modest white split-level house. Neighbors said an older couple lived there with a large, protective dog. They weren’t often seen outside. 

Read more at: https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2017/05/14/woman-found-dead-in-anchorage-police-investigating-as-a-homicide/

Lansing Township Police investigating homicide

(UPDATE 10:20 A.M.) – Lansing Township police are investigating a homicide in the 400 block of N. Rosemary St. that happened around 4:30 a.m.

Police say the victim is a 47 year-old man and they are currently working to determine the cause of death.

The Lansing Township Police are being assisted by the Lansing Police Crime Scene Investigation Unit.

The investigation is still ongoing but police ask if you have any information regarding this homicide to contact the Lansing Township Police Department at 517-485-1700.

Stay with 6 News for updates on this developing story.

 

(WLNS) — Lansing Township police have blocked off a local neighborhood for a crime scene investigation.

Officers have released few details at this point, but we know that police were called to an apartment building in the 400 block of N. Rosemary St. around 4:30am.

The Lansing Police Crime Scene Investigation Unit arrived on scene shortly after 8:30am, and Chief Adam Kline says officials will be

Read more at: http://wlns.com/2017/04/09/lansing-township-police-close-local-neighborhood-for-investigation/

APD: Body found in vehicle not a homicide | KTVA 11 – KTVA.com

ANCHORAGE –

Last updated at 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday, April 5

On Wednesday, Anchorage Police Department spokesperson Renee Oistad said the death is not being investigated as a homicide. She said more information would be released after the man’s next-of-kin was notified.

Original story

A man was found dead inside a vehicle at an Anchorage auto care center Tuesday afternoon, but police have not yet determined how he died.

The Chevrolet Blazer was parked outside the Meineke Car Care Center, located at 3200 Seward Highway, awaiting service. Employees found the man and called police shortly before 3 p.m.

The man inside the vehicle was not the owner of the Blazer, employees confirmed.

Police said it’s possible he got into the vehicle to sleep. Lt. John McKinnon said police wouldn’t know for certain how he died until an

Read more at: http://www.ktva.com/body-found-vehicle-police-conduct-crime-scene-investigation-abundance-caution-319/

APD: Body found in vehicle not a homicide – KTVA.com

ANCHORAGE –

Last updated at 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday, April 5

On Wednesday, Anchorage Police Department spokesperson Renee Oistad said the death is not being investigated as a homicide. She said more information would be released after the man’s next-of-kin was notified.

Original story

A man was found dead inside a vehicle at an Anchorage auto care center Tuesday afternoon, but police have not yet determined how he died.

The Chevrolet Blazer was parked outside the Meineke Car Care Center, located at 3200 Seward Highway, awaiting service. Employees found the man and called police shortly before 3 p.m.

The man inside the vehicle was not the owner of the Blazer, employees confirmed.

Police said it’s possible he got into the vehicle to sleep. Lt. John McKinnon said police wouldn’t know for certain how he died until an

Read more at: http://www.ktva.com/body-found-vehicle-police-conduct-crime-scene-investigation-abundance-caution-319/