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The Week Ahead: Fairfield police plan open house

FAIRFIELD — Police will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Fairfield Police Department Administration Building, 1000 Webster St.

Residents are encouraged to drop by to meet the police officers that serve the community and learn about the behind-the-scenes work that supports officers on the streets.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet members of the SWAT team and explore their vehicles and equipment. They can even practice breaching a door like a real SWAT operator. Visitors can also talk with the members of the Traffic Unit and check out the unit’s motorcycles and other equipment, and learn about impaired driving.

Information booths from different departments will be on hand, including Crime Prevention Unit, Homeless Intervention Team, Code Enforcement Unit, Family Violence Unit and Youth Services/Police Activities League.

Visitors will have a chance to learn how to dust for fingerprints just like a real crime scene investigator, watch

Read more at: http://www.dailyrepublic.com/solano-news/fairfield/the-week-ahead-fairfield-police-plan-open-house/

Husband, wife die in Manchester house fire

MANCHESTER — A husband and wife died in a fire that destroyed the couple’s home in Manchester, police said.

June Hollander, 82, and her husband, 84-year-old Warren Hollander, were found dead in their bedroom after firefighters extinguished a blaze Friday night that tore through their home on 1 Ignatius Drive and also caused damage to surrounding houses, Manchester police Detective Lt. Vincent Manco said.

The fire at the age-restricted development of Renaissance at Manchester was fully involved with flames shooting through the roof as officers first arrived at the scene just before 8:30 p.m., Manco said.

First responders received information from neighbors that the two homeowners were still inside but the “intense heat, smoke and fire condition” prevented the officers from going inside, Manco said.

Police evacuated surrounding homes as a precaution, according to Manco. 

Firefighters from companies from Manchester, Lakehurst and Toms River responded to the blaze. Two firefighters were treated at the scene

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/ocean/index.ssf/2017/09/husband_wife_killed_in_manchester_fire.html

Husband, wife die in Manchester house fire | NJ.com

MANCHESTER — A husband and wife died in a fire that destroyed the couple’s home in Manchester, police said.

June Hollander, 82, and her husband, 84-year-old Warren Hollander, were found dead in their bedroom after firefighters extinguished a blaze Friday night that tore through their home on 1 Ignatius Drive and also caused damage to surrounding houses, Manchester police Detective Lt. Vincent Manco said.

The fire at the age-restricted development of Renaissance at Manchester was fully involved with flames shooting through the roof as officers first arrived at the scene just before 8:30 p.m., Manco said.

First responders received information from neighbors that the two homeowners were still inside but the “intense heat, smoke and fire condition” prevented the officers from going inside, Manco said.

Police evacuated surrounding homes as a precaution, according to Manco. 

Firefighters from companies from Manchester, Lakehurst and Toms River responded to the blaze. Two firefighters were treated at the scene

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/ocean/index.ssf/2017/09/husband_wife_killed_in_manchester_fire.html

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MANCHESTER – A husband and wife died in a house fire Friday night in the age-restricted development of Renaissance at Manchester.

Warren and June Hollander, 84 and 82 respectively, were found dead in the master bedroom of their home at 1 Ignatius Drive — which was destroyed in the blaze, said police Detective Lt. Vincent Manco of the Manchester Township Police Department, in a prepared statement.

As a result of the fire, several neighboring houses sustained minor

Read more at: http://www.app.com/story/news/local/emergencies/2017/09/16/husband-and-wife-die-manchester-house-fire/673879001/

Fairfield police schedule open house

FAIRFIELD — Police will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Fairfield Police Department Administration Building, 1000 Webster St.

Residents are encouraged to drop by to meet the police officers that serve the community and learn about the behind-the-scenes work that supports officers on the streets.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet members of the SWAT team and explore their vehicles and equipment. They can even practice breaching a door like a real SWAT operator. Visitors can also talk with the members of the Traffic Unit and check out the unit’s motorcycles and other equipment, and learn about impaired driving.

Information booths from different departments will be on hand, including Crime Prevention Unit, Homeless Intervention Team, Code Enforcement Unit, Family Violence Unit and Youth Services/Police Activities League.

Visitors will have a chance to learn how to dust for fingerprints just like a real crime scene investigator,

Read more at: http://www.dailyrepublic.com/solano-news/fairfield/fairfield-police-schedule-open-house/

UPDATE: 2 men shot at Waffle House were not ‘innocent bystanders’

Bullets started flying in a fight and hit two men at a Macon Waffle House early Wednesday.

Just after 3 a.m., several people were involved in a brawl at the restaurant at 4094 Pio Nono Ave. at the corner of Rocky Creek Road.

The wounded men were part of the fight, said Deputy Clay Williams, a Bibb County sheriff’s public affairs officer.

“As far as we’ve been able to determine everybody that was involved, there were no innocent bystanders,” Williams said.

When deputies arrived, they found 32-year-old Kelvin Grayer, of Macon, wounded in the right leg.

Read more at: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article170149847.html

2 men shot at Waffle House were not ‘innocent bystanders’

Bullets started flying in a fight and hit two men at a Macon Waffle House early Wednesday.

Just after 3 a.m., several people were involved in a brawl at the restaurant at 4094 Pio Nono Ave. at the corner of Rocky Creek Road.

The wounded men were part of the fight, said Deputy Clay Williams, a Bibb County sheriff’s public affairs officer.

“As far as we’ve been able to determine everybody that was involved, there were no innocent bystanders,” Williams said.

When deputies arrived, they found 32-year-old Kelvin Grayer, of Macon, wounded in the right leg.

Read more at: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article170149847.html

2 men shot at Waffle House were not ‘innocent bystanders’ | The …

Bullets started flying in a fight and hit two men at a Macon Waffle House early Wednesday.

Just after 3 a.m., several people were involved in a brawl at the restaurant at 4094 Pio Nono Ave. at the corner of Rocky Creek Road.

The wounded men were part of the fight, said Deputy Clay Williams, a Bibb County sheriff’s public affairs officer.

“As far as we’ve been able to determine everybody that was involved, there were no innocent bystanders,” Williams said.

When deputies arrived, they found 32-year-old Kelvin Grayer, of Macon, wounded in the right leg.

Read more at: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article170149847.html

House of fingerprints displays the fine art of solving mystery

Vinayak Garode is hard at work at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) office in Pune, poring over fingerprints with the help of a linen tester, a pocket-size magnifier considered a must for any crime-scene investigator. A theft has taken place at a home in Koregaon division of Satara district and he is trying to zero in on the culprit by scanning the fingerprints of probable suspects.One of the suspects has stolen Rs 1.61lakh kept in a drawer.

Garode studies the photographs of the fingerprints found on the drawer closely and finds that they match with the fingerprints of one of the suspects. Helping in his work is another device: a table lamp with a magnifying glass, which aids in observing small objects on a bigger scale.

“There is not an iota of doubt that he is the culprit,” says Garode,

Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/pune/house-of-fingerprints-displays-the-fine-art-of-solving-mystery/articleshow/60157670.cms

Girl, 15, arrested for killing mother, setting house on fire

July 16 (UPI) — A 15-year-old Illinois girl has been arrested for allegedly shooting her mother in the head and then setting the house on fire to destroy evidence of the crime.

Police in Morrison, Ill. said Anna Schroeder, 15, told her mother, Peggy Schroeder, to put a warm towel on her face as she sat in the living room. Peggy did so and Anna allegedly shot her mother in the head. She then texted a photo of her mother’s dead body to her friend, 15-year-old Rachel Helm, who came to the house to help clean the crime scene.

Taking a break from cleaning, the two girls decided to get a bite to eat at a nearby Subway. At that point, Anna learned that her father, Daryl Schroeder, was coming to town and she vomited on the restaurant floor, reported SaukValley.com. The pair then went to get more

Read more at: https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2017/07/16/Girl-15-arrested-for-killing-mother-setting-house-on-fire/7291500261867/