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Undersheriff: Investigation indicates blunt trauma

TRAVERSE CITY — Authorities suspect an autopsy will reveal blunt force trauma caused the “obvious injuries” that left a 48-year-old man dead in his mobile home at King’s Court.

Grand Traverse County Undersheriff Nate Alger said a 23-year-old Traverse City man soon will be arraigned on an open murder charge after deputies suspected he killed his neighbor on David Place. Alger said the two men were in the same home between 3:30 and 6:30 a.m. — a short time before the 48-year-old was found dead.

“The officers noticed there were obvious injuries but not the type or extent,” Alger said previously.

Two homes were under the “protection” of deputies as the investigation continued Thursday morning. Alger said the man’s body is en route to Kalamazoo for an autopsy which should reveal more details. Authorities hope a search will uncover additional evidence — including a murder weapon — when the results arrive.

Few additional details

Read more at: http://www.record-eagle.com/news/local_news/undersheriff-investigation-indicates-blunt-trauma/article_97f5a182-37ee-55a3-ba61-6bafcc670b33.html

Undersheriff: Investigation indicates blunt trauma | Local News …

TRAVERSE CITY — Authorities suspect an autopsy will reveal blunt force trauma caused the “obvious injuries” that left a 48-year-old man dead in his mobile home at King’s Court.

Grand Traverse County Undersheriff Nate Alger said a 23-year-old Traverse City man soon will be arraigned on an open murder charge after deputies suspected he killed his neighbor on David Place. Alger said the two men were in the same home between 3:30 and 6:30 a.m. — a short time before the 48-year-old was found dead.

“The officers noticed there were obvious injuries but not the type or extent,” Alger said previously.

Two homes were under the “protection” of deputies as the investigation continued Thursday morning. Alger said the man’s body is en route to Kalamazoo for an autopsy which should reveal more details. Authorities hope a search will uncover additional evidence — including a murder weapon — when the results arrive.

Few additional details

Read more at: http://www.record-eagle.com/news/local_news/undersheriff-investigation-indicates-blunt-trauma/article_97f5a182-37ee-55a3-ba61-6bafcc670b33.html

Death investigation underway on Celeste Street in Apopka, Orange County Sheriff’s Office says

Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies are in Apopka this afternoon investigating a death on Celeste Street.

Firefighters from Orange County Fire Rescue were called to the home Thursday morning and then called the sheriff’s office for assistance, according to call logs.

The road, at the intersection of Washington Avenue, was blocked off by crime tape Thursday afternoon. Two crime scene investigation vans were let through at 1:40 p.m.

Neighbors said they hear shots in the neighborhood.

Update: Shooting Investigation Continues on Villa Ct in Lexington

LEXINGTON, SC (WOLO)– Lexington County Deputies continue to search for answers in connection with a shooting on Villa Court.

According to Deputies, the victim was in stable condition after surgery.

The shooting happened Wednesday night off Emanuel Church road around 8pm.

No word on what sparked the incident. Deputies says a crime scene investigator has collected potential evidence.

Photo Courtesy: LCSD

Read more at: http://www.abccolumbia.com/2017/08/03/update-shooting-investigation-continues-villa-ct-lexington/

Update: Shooting Investigation Continues on Villa Ct in Lexington …

LEXINGTON, SC (WOLO)– Lexington County Deputies continue to search for answers in connection with a shooting on Villa Court.

According to Deputies, the victim was in stable condition after surgery.

The shooting happened Wednesday night off Emanuel Church road around 8pm.

No word on what sparked the incident. Deputies says a crime scene investigator has collected potential evidence.

Photo Courtesy: LCSD

Read more at: http://www.abccolumbia.com/2017/08/03/update-shooting-investigation-continues-villa-ct-lexington/

US provides training for underwater crime scene investigation in PH

The San Diego Harbor Police Department patrol boat carrying representatives from the Philippine Coast Guard Group, PNP Maritime Group, and BFAR undergoing training in the US

The United States Embassy sponsored six Filipino maritime law enforcement experts to attend a curriculum development workshop on underwater crime scene investigation training in San Diego, California, from July 17 to 20.

The workshop is part of a larger P25 million US government initiative to strengthen underwater crime scene investigation training programs for Philippine maritime law enforcement agencies, through partnership with the Port of San Diego Harbor Police Department and the US Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL).

Filipino experts from the Philippine Coast Guard, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, and the Philippine National Police Maritime Group, met with US counterparts, including representatives from the Port of San Diego Harbor Police dive

Read more at: http://www.manilatimes.net/us-provides-training-for-underwater-crime-scene-investigation-in-ph/341469/