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More information released on quarry bones

COEUR dALENE Human remains found in a Coeur dAlene rock quarry earlier this month are from a man who was more than 30 years old and who had poor dental hygiene, Coeur dAlene Police said Friday.

The department was contacted Sept. 3 about bones found in a quarry east of Ramsey Elementary School on West Kathleen Avenue belonging to Central Premix.

Police say two children were exploring when they found old articles of clothing along with the bones in a bed of weeds, which included a skull with missing teeth. The skull was not fractured.

We were unable to tell if the body was put there or died there, Coeur dAlene Police Detective Jared Reneau said.

Police say the bones appear to have been there for a significant amount of time, at least a year, maybe two.

Reneau said the bones were found on the surface, not buried, in a deep part of the

Read more at: http://www.bonnercountydailybee.com/state_news/20170918/more_information_released_on_quarry_bones

Murder case could go cold: Police seek more information in Kirby …

PRINCETON — An investigation into the fatal shootings of two Mercer County people which occurred more than a year ago this month could turn into a cold case unless more information becomes available, a chief deputy said Monday.

David Hazelwood and Cathy Joe Vance, both residents of Turnbull Street in the Kirby Addition near Princeton, were shot in their home during the early morning hours of Sept. 9, 2016. According to a witness, Hazelwood and Vance were both shot in the head. Hazelwood was pronounced dead at the scene and Vance passed away Oct. 21, 2016 at Cabell Huntington Hospital in Huntington.


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Murder case could go cold: Police seek more information in Kirby Addition shootings

PRINCETON — An investigation into the fatal shootings of two Mercer County people which occurred more than a year ago this month could turn into a cold case unless more information becomes available, a chief deputy said Monday.

David Hazelwood and Cathy Joe Vance, both residents of Turnbull Street in the Kirby Addition near Princeton, were shot in their home during the early morning hours of Sept. 9, 2016. According to a witness, Hazelwood and Vance were both shot in the head. Hazelwood was pronounced dead at the scene and Vance passed away Oct. 21, 2016 at Cabell Huntington Hospital in Huntington.


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Richmond Police release new information in double-murder cold case

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – Richmond Police hope releasing new information will help solve a three-year old double-murder cold case.

Karen Simpson and Avery “Boochie” Evans were found murdered in their home off Valley Street in Richmond in June of 2014.

Since the killings, investigators have talked to a number of “persons of interest,” but no one has ever been arrested or charged in the case.

On Friday, investigators released a new description of someone they’re looking for from the night before the couple was found dead.

Police describe the young man as being light-skinned African-American, around 16-or-17 years old with short dreadlocks, wearing dark shorts and a striped shirt.  They say he had a backpack with a red emblem.  Investigators say he appeared to have blood on his hands and shirt and appeared to be disoriented or scared while walking along Valley Street.

Anyone with information in the case is asked to call the Richmond

Read more at: https://www.wtvq.com/2017/08/11/richmond-police-release-new-information-double-murder-cold-case/

Richmond Police release new information in double-murder cold …

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – Richmond Police hope releasing new information will help solve a three-year old double-murder cold case.

Karen Simpson and Avery “Boochie” Evans were found murdered in their home off Valley Street in Richmond in June of 2014.

Since the killings, investigators have talked to a number of “persons of interest,” but no one has ever been arrested or charged in the case.

On Friday, investigators released a new description of someone they’re looking for from the night before the couple was found dead.

Police describe the young man as being light-skinned African-American, around 16-or-17 years old with short dreadlocks, wearing dark shorts and a striped shirt.  They say he had a backpack with a red emblem.  Investigators say he appeared to have blood on his hands and shirt and appeared to be disoriented or scared while walking along Valley Street.

Anyone with information in the case is asked to call the Richmond

Read more at: https://www.wtvq.com/2017/08/11/richmond-police-release-new-information-double-murder-cold-case/

Family increases reward for information about young woman’s murder in Waldo park

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Destiny Weaver’s family is increasing the reward money for information on her murder to $2,500.

“She was beautiful. She was vibrant,” Weaver’s mother DiHaan Coody described. 

Coody never thought her daughter’s face would be on an unsolved murder poster. She says her daughter was an entrepreneur, a youth counselor, and went to college to study forensic science.

“We want justice. We want to know who did it, why you did it, why did you take my daughter who had so much going for herself?” Coody said.

Weaver, who had just turned 25 years old, was found shot to death in her car the morning of June 2. She was parked at Tower Park at 75th Holmes. Two sisters who discovered Destiny say they saw her parked there the afternoon before, smoking a cigarette. Dried blood was found on Destiny’s body.

Coody says it doesn’t make sense because

Read more at: http://www.kshb.com/news/crime/family-increases-reward-for-information-about-young-womans-murder-in-waldo-park

New information on Chris Bush shotgun murder cold case comes to …

Police believe new information on a notorious cold case means they are closer to catching the killer after 30 years.

Chris Bush ran the Red Fox Tavern in Maramarua until he was shot dead in a robbery at the pub on October 24, 1987.

Police at the time understood gang members were among the suspects, and on TVNZ 2’s Police 10-7 it was announced that new information had come to light regarding the murder and police were confident it would help them find the offenders.

Detective Inspector Gary Lendrum said police received “credible information” last year from the public regarding the case.

Lendrum said Bush’s death “devastated” his family, and he met with Bush’s widow Gay and daughters last week.

“It demonstrates there has been talk between people about who’s responsible.”

Advances in forensic science

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