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.”
The body of missing Florissant woman, Barbara Higgins, was found late Saturday afternoon, confirmed the Florissant Police Department.
Higgins’ body was found in a submerged vehicle in the Mississippi River Friday in Lincoln County north of Highway 79 and Highway M in the B.K. Leach Memorial Conservation Area on a gravel road in a wooded area.
The Missouri Highway Patrol told Fox 2 that a civilian sonar expert discovered the submerged 2014 Honda Accord and called authorities. Dive teams were sent into the river to determine how long the vehicle and body been submerged. Continue reading
Talonaie Chambers has been identified as the West Virginia woman found dead near 1400 W Washington St in Charleston.
Charleston Police responded to reports of a possible suicide, but now police say the fatal incident is being investigated as a suspicious death.
Chambers, 39, was found with a gunshot wound thought to be self inflicted, however now police say they are investigating the death as suspicious. Continue reading
Missing Missouri man, Jesse Dawson, has been named as the Taney County man found dead Sunday morning, according to police.
Dawson was reported missing a week ago today. He was last seen at a Ridgedale gas station.
The Taney County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to cbs12 Sunday morning that Dawson’s body was located in Ridgedale, Missouri. Continue reading
Adam Gilbertson, the Minnesota native found dead in Denver nearly a month after he disappeared, had multiple drugs in his system at the time of his death, according to a newly released autopsy report.
Gilbertson, 29, was found deceased nearly a month after he disappeared following a night out in Denver.
The autopsy report released by the the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner Saturday says the registered nurse died from a toxic mix of drugs and alcohol in combination with a possible fresh water drowning.
Gilbertson never showed up for work on the morning of December 15. Surveillance video detailed Gilbertson’s whereabouts on the night of Thursday, December 14 through early Friday morning. Missing under strange circumstances, his family organized a search party with more than 100 volunteers back in January to search for the missing man. His body was eventually found on the afternoon of Jan. 13 along the eastern bank of the South Platte River. Continue reading
Union County Judge-Executive Jody Jenkins was found dead early Sunday in a rental property in Kentucky.
Jenkins’ death come four months after he was indicted by a grand jury for using his official position to gain gifts and money.
Around 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Union County Coroner Steven Schause told reporters foul play is not suspected at this time. He did not elaborate pending an autopsy.
A family in North Texas is warning other parents about the frightening side effects of a popular flu remedy as experienced by their 6-year-old daughter.
The family, who wished to remain anonymous, says their daughter began to hallucinate and even tried to jump out a second story window after ingesting flu drug Tamiflu.
The Allen, TX, family said they struggled with the choice to give the young girl the flu drug, but relented as her condition grew worse. But the drug did not aid in the recovery of the youth, instead taking her on a psychedelic trip that her and her family will not soon forget.
The family says the side effects included pronounced hallucinations, running away from school and an attempt, they believe, at self harm.
“The second story window was open, which is in her bedroom, and she used her desk to climb up onto it, and she was about to jump out the window when my wife came up and grabbed her,” her father said. They took her to the hospital, where a doctor informed them that nervous system problems – including psychosis – can be a very rare side effect of Tamiflu. Emergency room physician Dr. Glenn Hardesty, with Texas Health Prosper, says it’s very rare but can happen. Continue reading
Police on the campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia are looking for an alleged woman roaming campus with a handgun threatening suicide.
According to the campus emergency alert website the woman was last seen walking near Memorial Union.
The woman is described as a black woman wearing a Mizzou hoodie and brown pants and wearing flip flops, according to the university. It is possible she was first spotted in the area of the MU Chemistry building. Continue reading
An 11-year-old boy has committed suicide after falsely learning his girlfriend, 13, had committed suicide. The girl’s death ended up being a social media prank in which she faked her own death.
Tysen Benz was found hanging by the neck March 14 in his room after seeing social media posts and texts that his girlfriend had killed herself. The boy was discovered by his mother, Katrina Goss, who called the prank a “twisted, sick joke.”
Goss said the girl and some of her friends orchestrated the prank. It was not clear who faces charges. “She had pranked her own death,” Goss, 41, said of her son’s girlfriend. “I don’t know what possessed her to do such a weird prank. It’s a twisted, sick joke.” Continue reading
Danny Fitzpatrick is the 13-year-old boy who committed suicide after penning a heart wrenching letter detailing consistent bulling by his classmates.
Fitzpatrick attended Holy Angels Catholic Academy where he claimed his classmates teased him about his weight and grades. The boy said he went to his teachers who did not do much to resolve the situation.
Danny Fitzpatrick who was just 13 years old who took his own life cause other children were bullying him, he went to his teachers and none of them did anything to help this innocent child who was being bullied in their school. Continue reading