Body Found Buried In Long Beach Backyard ID’d As Missing Man Zach Kennedy

Human remains that were found buried in the backyard of a Long Beach home have been identified as Zach Kennedy, a man reported missing in October 2017, authorities announced Wednesday.

Kennedy, 32, was last seen alive at a home located in the 500 block of W. Eighth Street. Police later obtained a search warrant for the property.

Human remains found shortly after an excavation began were later determined to be Kennedy.

The cause of death has not been determined, police said in a Wednesday statement.

No arrests have been made in the case. Continue reading

Ohio Twitty Sisters Found Dead In Dayton Home Large Amount Of “White Powder” Located Nearby

Chestyna and Jamaica Twitty, were found lifeless in a bedroom on the second floor of a home on East Maplewood Avenue in the North Riverdale neighborhood, mydaytondailynews reports.

Chestyna, 41, and Jamaica, 36, were found dead inside a home in north Dayton on Saturday night, and authorities say they located “white powder” on a nearby bookshelf, according to a police report.

The crime scene is located less than a mile up the road from a section of the North Main Street corridor that has received a lot of attention because the bodies of five women were found closeby. A paramedic on scene called both women as deceased and the Montgomery County Coroner’s office was contacted. Investigators discovered a small bag of marijuana near the women’s bodies as well as a metal plate containing a “large amount of white powder” and a dollar bill rolled up into a straw, the report states. Continue reading

Sad News For Family Searching For Missing OR Woman Leisa Ann Blackburn Stewart

Leisa Ann Blackburn Stewart, the Dallas, Ore., woman reported missing, has been located dead.

Dallas police officers say they found Stewart lifeless on Wednesday in Tillamook County, almost a day after she was reported missing.

Stewart, 53, was reported missing Tuesday around 6:30 a.m.

Officials haven’t specified a cause of death, however, they do not believe a criminal act factored in her death.

A family member posted a missing persons alert for Stewart on Facebook yesterday:

Photo: GA Man Adrian Vicks ID’d As Man Found Dead In East Albany

Adrian Vicks has been named by the Albany Police Department as the Georgia man found dead in East Albany.

Vicks, 33, from Albany, was found lifeless in the 2000 block of Clark Avenue.

APD said Friday that a concerned citizen spotted the unidentified man around 7:15 a.m. Vicks was dressed in a white shirt and blue jean shorts. Police have not released a cause of death at this time. Continue reading

Parents Find Penn State Student Charles Cudlipp Dead At Happy Valley Motor Inn

Missing Pennsylvania State University student Charles Cudlipp was found dead at his off-campus apartment Monday morning

Cudlipp, 25, was located lifeless at his Happy Valley Motor Inn apartment by his parents who were performing a welfare check.

Authorities do not suspect foul play.

The Centre County coroner says an autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday night.

The university said in a statement Cudlipp was a chemical engineering major from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. He was expected to graduate in summer 2018.

“We were saddened to learn of the passing of Charles Cudlipp,” Penn State said in a statement. “Charles was a chemical engineering major from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, expected to graduate in summer 2018. Our deepest sympathies go out to Charles’ family and friends during this difficult time. Staff from our Office of Student Affairs are reaching out to his family to offer any and all necessary support. Counseling services are available for campus community members to help them cope with this tragic loss.”

CA Family Plea For Safe Return Of LA Daughter Gone Missing In Chinatown

The family of a 21-year-old California woman who has been missing for nearly three weeks, is asking for the public’s help in locating her.

Valentina Lore was last spotted March 3 in the Chinatown area of Los Angeles, California.

Lore is described as a white female who is five feet tall and weighs around 110 lbs. Police say she suffers from Crohn’s disease, which causes inflammation in the digestive tract.  Continue reading

Common Household Appliance Caused IA Family’s Death In Mexico Officials Say

A water heater is being cited as the source of a gas leak that killed an Iowa family of four, according to a prosecutor in Mexico. The family was vacationing at a rental condominium in the beach community of Tulum when the tragic accident occurred.

The water heater was leaking gas, “maybe from use or lack of maintenance,” said Miguel Angel Pech, head prosecutor of Quintana Roo. Miguel Angel Pech told a Radio Formula station that “a high level” of gas was found in the rented condo where the Creston couple and their two kids was staying. source

An Iowa couple and their two children died from inhaling toxic gas while vacationing in Mexico, local authorities said.

The bodies of Kevin Wayne Sharp; his wife, Amy Marie Sharp; their son, Sterling, 12; and daughter Adrianna, 7, were discovered Friday at a rental condominium in the beach town of Tulum.

The family had been dead for about 36 to 48 hours, the Quintana Roo prosecutor’s office said Saturday. Autopsies showed they suffocated after inhaling toxic gases, but it’s unclear what type of gas led to their deaths, the prosecutor’s office added. Continue reading

Andrew Dorogi Family Comments On Amherst College Student Who Died Under Mysterious Circumstances While In Mexico

Andrew Dorogi, a 21-year-old Amherst College student who died under unexplained circumstances, is being remembered by his family.

Dorogi, of Fairview Park, Ohio, died while in Mexico City on Friday, officials at Amherst and the U.S. State Department confirmed on Wednesday. Officials have not released the cause, or circumstances, of his death.

Dorogi’s relatives, who penned his recent obituary, (below,) are saying that the college senior and football player had accepted a position as an Investment Banking Analyst at Wells Fargo, which he was due to start in June. Continue reading

After 12 Days Searching Nashville Firefighter Jesse Reed Found Dead

After 12 days of searching the body of Nashville Firefighter Jesse Reed has been found in the river in Humphreys County, reports wkrn.

The body was discovered in the water Saturday and will be escorted back to Nashville for autopsy, according to Chief Deputy Rob Edwards. The cause of death is not yet known.

News 2 has reported Reed’s body was found in a cove not far from where his Jeep was found submerged in the Tennessee River near Waverly.