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My Life as a Crime Scene Cleaner

“I felt pain in my heart for this man. It’s sad when someone leaves this earth, but the ones left behind are the most affected. We are the ones who go on living…and remembering.” What is left in the silent moments after the grim reaper has come and gone? The author of Bloodstains and Ball Gowns: My Life as a Crime Scene Cleaner discovers the answer once she leaves a glamorous life in the beauty industry to begin her ‘secret life’ in the underworld of crime scene cleaning. She enters a world that tells what happens in the neighborhood when the sun goes down, when blood is spilt and lives are lost. Her world becomes one of caravan parks, views of dried grass and withered trees through smashed windows, and the blood, gore and aftermath of tragedies when love goes wrong. Her job is to make it look as though it never happened.

Help Limerick’s K-9 Unit Win National Grant

Flynn, a German Shepherd, joined the Limerick department in 2012

LIMERICK PA – Limerick’s Police Department could win a grant of up to $5,000 to support its K-9 unit, but it needs the public’s help.

The department is a nominee in the annual Aftermath K-9 Grant Contest sponsored by Aftermath Services, a nationwide crime scene clean-up and biohazard remediation company headquartered in Aurora IL. It annually presents five grants totaling $15,000 to police K-9 efforts across the country. They money can be used to create a unit, acquire dogs, buy or maintain safety equipment, or train officers.

Public votes for the nominees help them win grants, and that’s where public supporters of the department can step in. It’s asking area residents to visit Aftermath’s website, here, daily though Nov. 7, and cast a vote for Limerick police. The more votes the department receives, the better its chance

Read more at: http://limerickpost.net/2017/10/16/help-limericks-k-9-unit-win-national-grant/

Families frustrated by delays that could free accused killer

For 10 long years, Eileen Mohan has hoped and prayed for justice for her murdered son Christopher.

He was 22 when he was dragged into a penthouse apartment across the hall from his family’s home and killed with five others in what became known as the Surrey Six murders.

Ed Schellenberg, also a bystander, was servicing the fireplace in suite 1505 at the Balmoral when he got caught in the slaughter that Friday afternoon. The others who died were young men involved in the drug trade — brothers Corey and Michael Lal, Ryan Bartolomeo and Eddie Narong.

Mohan says her life stopped on Oct. 19, 2007, when she lost her only son. 

“Only I understand what it is like to go home every single day to a silent home that used to be filled with love, laughter, food, everything. The one thing I miss most is being called Mom,� she said this week as she

Read more at: http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/crime/families+frustrated+delays+that+could+free+accused+killer/15142414/story.html

Families frustrated by delays that could free accused killer Jamie …

For 10 long years, Eileen Mohan has hoped and prayed for justice for her murdered son Christopher.

He was 22 when he was dragged into a penthouse apartment across the hall from his family’s home and killed with five others in what became known as the Surrey Six murders.

Ed Schellenberg, also a bystander, was servicing the fireplace in suite 1505 at the Balmoral when he got caught in the slaughter that Friday afternoon. The others who died were young men involved in the drug trade — brothers Corey and Michael Lal, Ryan Bartolomeo and Eddie Narong.

Mohan says her life stopped on Oct. 19, 2007, when she lost her only son. 


Christopher Mohan, in the wrong place at the wrong time when a drug gang murder plot played out in 2007.

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Read more at: http://vancouversun.com/news/crime/families-frustrated-by-delays-that-could-free-accused-killer-jamie-bacon

Families frustrated by delays that could free accused killer Jamie Bacon

For 10 long years, Eileen Mohan has hoped and prayed for justice for her murdered son Christopher.

He was 22 when he was dragged into a penthouse apartment across the hall from his family’s home and killed with five others in what became known as the Surrey Six murders.

Ed Schellenberg, also a bystander, was servicing the fireplace in suite 1505 at the Balmoral when he got caught in the slaughter that Friday afternoon. The others who died were young men involved in the drug trade — brothers Corey and Michael Lal, Ryan Bartolomeo and Eddie Narong.

Mohan says her life stopped on Oct. 19, 2007, when she lost her only son. 


Christopher Mohan, in the wrong place at the wrong time when a drug gang murder plot played out in 2007.

Wayne Leidenfrost /

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Read more at: http://vancouversun.com/news/crime/families-frustrated-by-delays-that-could-free-accused-killer-jamie-bacon

The Seattle Crime Scene Cleaners That Never Sleep

This press release was orginally distributed by ReleaseWire

Lake Stevens, WA — (ReleaseWire) — 10/12/2017 — Bio Clean is a team of crime scene cleaners serving the Seattle-Tacoma area that encompasses Redmond and Everett, and they also respond to biohazard cleanup calls in Olympia, Washington. This type of work is very challenging, and it is certainly not for everyone. People who get involved in this business have to deal with human tissue, blood, and other bodily fluids, and many individuals are too squeamish to become crime scene cleaners. Plus, it is not an easy field to get into for people that are willing to take on the physical challenges, because it takes an extensive amount training to gain the necessary certifications.

Why are there stringent requirements that companies must be able to comply with if they are going to serve

Read more at: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3520168