One person has died and two other people were left injured after being attacked by bees in Tucson, Arizona.
The attack took place in the 6600 block of Camino De La Tierra at around 7:30 Monday morning, July 31, said the Drexel Heights Fire District said.
Officials said two landscapers and a resident were attacked by a swarm of bees. One of the landscapers died on the scene. The resident was taken to a hospital for treatment and is said to be in fair condition.
The second landscaper was stung, but was able to get away. Continue reading
A dead body was discovered in a kitchen freezer at an Molly Malone’s Irish Pub in Pleasant Ridge, according to Cincinnati police.
At about 9:43 a.m., Cincinnati police received a tip about a male body in his 20s found in a freezer at the popular Irish pub on Montgomery Road, police spokeswoman said.
Police are investigating. Continue reading
Local Detroit rappers, Domonique Brown and Ramell Carter are dead following a shooting on I-94 Sunday morning, reports the Michigan State Police.
Witnesses to the shooting say at least 30 shots were fired in the fatal shooting of the rap artists, who were both 27.
Police say at approximately 2:45 a.m. Sunday they responded to a report of a vehicle on the median shoulder in the area of eastbound I-94 and Livernois. Once on-scene, police determined that both occupants were deceased, having been killed by gunfire. MSP and Detroit police secured the scene and closed the freeway which remain closed for many hours Sunday morning. Police at this time it has been determined that multiple shots were fired over a stretch of I-94, leading to where the victim vehicle came to rest near Livernois. source
The victims have been identified by the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s office Brown and Carter. Their cause of death is still under investigation.
MSP continues to investigate and further info will be released as it is appropriate.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends at this difficult time.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry and Bruce Barry‘s son, Max Barry, died Saturday night of an apparent overdose in Denver, Colorado.
The Barry family sent out a press release Sunday morning:
Early this morning, we received news that no parents should ever have to hear. Our son Max suffered from an overdose and passed away. We cannot begin to describe the pain and heartbreak that comes with losing our only child. Our son was a kind soul full of life and love for his family and friends. Continue reading
Nicholas Miller of Irasburg, VT., has been named as the victim of a fatal ATV crash that sent another person to the hospital.
Vermont State Police responded to a crash in Lowell just before seven o’clock on Saturday, where they found Miller, 22, involved in the deadly off-road vehicle crash.
Police said Miller was traveling on Irish Hill Rd., when he veered off the road onto a grassy shoulder for about 50 ft. He then crashed into a tree and was ejected from the vehicle. Responding EMS workers pronounced Miller dead at the scene. Continue reading
Family members have identified Teahoga Glover as the victim in Thursday’s early morning north Abilene homicide.
Glover, 31, was shot twice in the chest and that he did not live at the home where the homicide occurred in the 1900 block of Swenson Street.
A friend of Glover’s lived in the house and has been taken in for questioning, according to the brother. Police responded to the home around 3 a.m. They have not released any details about the investigation. Continue reading
Rex Mack Olsen has been identified as the CVS manager found dead Thursday morning next to a dumpster behind the store he worked at in Fauquier County.
Olsen, 64, was discovered behind the CVS Pharmacy at 510 Blackwell Road in Warrenton.
The man was identified as 64-year-old Rex Mack Olsen of Reva, Virginia. Authorities say they do not believe the general public is in any danger.
Police do not have any suspects or motives at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Sergeant Tim Carter, with the Warrenton Police Department, by phone at 540-428-9591 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading
Ohio State Highway Patrol have released the identities of the victims from the malfunctioning Fireball ride at the state fair Wednesday.
Tyler Jarrell, 18, of Columbus, Ohio, was pronounced dead at the fairgrounds, according to a media release. Jarrell signed up to join the United States Marine Corps on July 21, according to Sgt. Katelyn Brink.
According to Columbus Police Deputy Chief Thomas Quinlan, Jarrell was a Columbus Police Explorer. “He was a person who, at a young age, was committed to public service.”
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Kristy Manzanares has been identified as the Utah woman who was killed Tuesday in a domestic violence incident aboard a cruise ship off Alaska, says the FBI.
Manzanares, 39, was aboard the Princess Cruise ship, Emerald Princess, on a seven-day Alaskan cruise when the incident occurred. The ship was diverted and docked in Juneau.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. Tuesday. Passengers say it was around 9 o’clock Tuesday when they heard a group of people fighting. Shortly after, screams echoed through the hallways of the Emerald Princess. Then the captain’s voice boomed over the intercom.
“He was very worked up, he said, ‘Everyone, we need all medical, security, all personnel to deck 9 and deck 14’; and that scared me because I’m on deck 14,” said Megan Morr, a passenger on the Emerald Princess. Continue reading
Multiple ambulances and Rhode Island State Police cruisers could be seen outside the Rhode Island Training School in Cranston.
Emergency crews responded Wednesday night to a reported “disturbance” at the training school that houses juvenile offenders. So far authorities are staying mum on the details.
Reports on the scene said they saw at least two people being taken away in ambulances.
The training school houses juvenile offenders until they go on trial or are placed in another facility.
State police responded there back in May after four staffers were assaulted by juvenile residents.