MT. MORRIS TWP, MI — Police are investigating after a man was fatally stabbed Thursday morning along Clio Road in Mt. Morris Township.
Officers and detectives scoured over a scene at Clio Road and Florine Avenue, just south of Stanley Road, where a four-door, black Pontiac sat along the east side of the road.
The victim was found lying outside of the vehicle along a treeline off Clio Road.
A Mt. Morris Township Police Department Crime Scene Investigation van was also at the scene where the northbound lanes of Clio Road have been closed for the investigation.
Anyone with information on the stabbing may contact the Mt. Morris Township Police Department at 810-785-1311.
Read more at: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2017/09/police_investigate_fatal_stabb.html
Bloomingdale Police Sgt. Ronald Frost demonstrates software used to track registered surveillance cameras in the borough. Police are reaching out to homeowners and business owners to register their cameras to help them solve crime.
Read more at: http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/passaic/bloomingdale/2017/08/17/bloomingdale-police-investigate-residential-burglary/578000001/
- Call of Cthulhu release date: December 2017
- Developer: Cyanide
- Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
- Format: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Hear that murmuring in the dark? See those tentacles creeping from the shadows, and the faces dripping down the walls? No? Good, because if you did I’d be worried that you’d be getting a little *too* into Cyanide’s upcoming horror investigation RPG, Call of Cthulhu. Edward Pierce, private investigator, is the name of the chap you’ll be guiding through the twisted Darkwater Island to find out why a giant fire ripped through Hawkin Manor. Killing the artist Sarah Hawkins, her husband, and her child, the source of the blaze remains a mystery. Sarah’s father has hired you to uncover it. But some of the answers waiting in the shadows are more than a human mind can bear…
Call of Cthulhu 2017 release date is surprisingly close
December 2017: that’s when you can expect to
Read more at: http://www.gamesradar.com/call-of-cthulhu-game-release-date-trailer-news/
VICTORVILLE — Three yellow evidence markers in a gravel-landscaped front yard and three bullet holes in a double-paned window were the remnants Thursday morning of a horrific scene that unfolded Wednesday night in a seemingly otherwise quiet neighborhood.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials were investigating the shooting death of 12-year-old Makiya Walls at a two-story home in the 17000 block of Monaco Drive.
Witnesses told authorities that a black man, armed with a shotgun, had walked up to the residence and opened fire several times into the large, downstairs window at roughly 8:23 p.m. Wednesday before fleeing in a white, possibly four-door sedan.
Makiya, who witnesses said was “inside the residence in close proximity to the front window,” was struck and “taken to a local area hospital and unfortunately was pronounced deceased at 9:57
Read more at: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170810/update-as-neighbors-remain-shocked-authorities-investigate-shooting-death-of-makiya-walls-12-in-victorville
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Hot Springs Police Department crime scene investigator Jennifer Brizo works the scene of a shooting that left one man dead at the Valero gas station at the corner of Central and Grand Avenues late Monday August 7, 2017.
Read more at: http://www.hotsr.com/news/2017/aug/08/police-investigate-fatal-shooting/
A crime scene investigator was on scene Wednesday afternoon after an overnight burglary at the Dollar General at 1515 Russell Parkway.
Juan Herrera, a crime scene investigator for Warner Robins police, appeared to have dusted for prints at the back of the store.
The store, which was closed while Herrera was working, reopened for business later in the day.
Crime scene tape had surrounded the parking lot, and a Warner Robins patrol officer had kept watch.
The burglary was discovered at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, according to a Warner Robins police news release.
Read more at: http://www.macon.com/news/local/community/houston-peach/article160981314.html
The Waco Junior Police Academy learned the ins and outs of being a crime scene investigator today.
Read more at: http://www.kcentv.com/news/local/waco-junior-police-academy-learns-to-investigate-crime-scenes/451081831
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
WACO, Texas (KWTX) Police were investigating Tuesday evening after gunfire was reported in a Waco neighborhood.
Officers responded at around 3 p.m. to the 2800 block of Clay Avenue after receiving reports of a shooting.
“Supposedly, somebody was shooting at somebody, but no one will talk, no one is being cooperative and we have no suspects, so that’s all we got,” police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said.
Several officers and a forensic crime scene investigator were at the scene gathering evidence.
While a woman’s home appeared to have bullet holes in it, sources said no one was hit or injured.
Some teenagers on summer break were a few houses down when they say they heard gunfire.
“Me and my friends were here in the living room and then we heard about four to five gunshots right here on my street, and we rushed out trying to see what happened,” said Elmer Servin, 18.
Read more at: http://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Police-investigate-report-of-gunfire-in-Waco-neighborhood-428281883.html
The criminal justice department at Northeastern Junior College staged a mock crime scene Wednesday, involving a drug dealer who was shot and killed while driving a van and end up crashing into the clock tower next to ES French. The passenger of the van was able to get out, but shot dead.
With this crime scene students are able to gain real-life experience in crime scene investigations. Students who are currently enrolled in the
Read more at: http://www.journal-advocate.com/sterling-local_news/ci_30933467/njc-students-investigate-mock-crime-scene