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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.

Police Investigating Murder Of 97-Year-Old Man « CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore tallies yet another murder overnight Saturday. This time, a 97-year-old man was left for dead in his east Baltimore home.

Devin Bartolotta has more on how it happened, and what his family is saying in the aftermath.

Police are calling on neighbors to help catch a killer.

The 1700 block of Darley Avenue was always home for 97-year-old Waddell Tate.

“He lived in this neighborhood, everybody knew him. Quiet, mild tempered, he lost his wife several years ago. But he decided to just live here,” says Deborah Broom.

But his home became a horrific crime scene Friday evening, when family found him dead — beaten to death, police say, by an unknown attacker — who appears to have broken in.

Police aren’t sure if this was a robbery or if anything was taken from the home, but did not mince words when talking about the attacker.

Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith calls the crime

Read more at: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/07/22/elderly-man-murder/

Police Investigating Murder Of 97-Year-Old Man

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore tallies yet another murder overnight Saturday. This time, a 97-year-old man was left for dead in his east Baltimore home.

Devin Bartolotta has more on how it happened, and what his family is saying in the aftermath.

Police are calling on neighbors to help catch a killer.

The 1700 block of Darley Avenue was always home for 97-year-old Waddell Tate.

“He lived in this neighborhood, everybody knew him. Quiet, mild tempered, he lost his wife several years ago. But he decided to just live here,” says Deborah Broom.

But his home became a horrific crime scene Friday evening, when family found him dead — beaten to death, police say, by an unknown attacker — who appears to have broken in.

Police aren’t sure if this was a robbery or if anything was taken from the home, but did not mince words when talking about the attacker.

Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith calls the crime

Read more at: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/07/22/elderly-man-murder/

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San Antonio Express-News Reporter Elizabeth Zavala Recalls Mood Inside Courtroom

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Hank Hall Reveals Why He Chose to Forgive Frances After Bill’s …

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Hank Hall Reveals Why He Chose to Forgive Frances After Bill’s Death

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Grand jury indicts local man on murder charges – The Union

A Baldwin County grand jury has returned a seven-count indictment against a 35-year-old Milledgeville man in connection with the shooting death of a woman at a local convenience store earlier this year.

The fatal shooting was captured on store surveillance video.

Grand jurors convened last week in Baldwin County Superior Court and returned the multi-count indictment against David Renfro, according to records filed in the Baldwin County Superior Court Clerk’s Office.

The murder, which authorities described as “a random shooting,” claimed the life of 49-year-old Rita “Faye” Heron, who worked as a department manager at the Walmart store in Milledgeville. The shooting was witnessed by two of the victim’s grandchildren, ages 6 and 8, authorities said.

Heron was shot to death just seconds after she walked out of the KC Short Stop, located at 405 Sparta Highway, said Baldwin County Sheriff Bill Massee. The lead detective assigned to the case, Chris Youngblood, provided grand

Read more at: http://www.unionrecorder.com/news/grand-jury-indicts-local-man-on-murder-charges/article_c2ea01e0-6d9c-11e7-83dc-7ff83206dae1.html

Witnesses describe bloody Marchalk crime scene – News – Standard …

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POTTSVILLE — Prosecutors presented enough evidence to support all charges against a Barnesville man accused of killing his father on Father’s Day at his Ryan Twp. home, a judge decided Thursday.

Michael

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Witnesses describe bloody Marchalk crime scene

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POTTSVILLE — Prosecutors presented enough evidence to support all charges against a Barnesville man accused of killing his father on Father’s Day at his Ryan Twp. home, a judge decided Thursday.

Michael

Read more at: http://standardspeaker.com/news/witnesses-describe-bloody-marchalk-crime-scene-1.2221195