Monthly Archives: February 2017

Minneapolis Water Damage Specialist Announces Launch Of Secondary Website

First Response Restoration in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has recently announced the launch of their new secondary website. The website is designed to help individuals and businesses find a local company for restoration needs that is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. The company states that they offer around the clock services for customers to meet a number of needs.

“We provide mobile services to those in the area, including the Twin Cities Metro and Central Minnesota,” says Jeff Rudek, the company owner. “Our goal is to ensure that you have access to the restoration services you need around the clock.”

Rudek points out that the company has its own equipment, so they can be ready to go whenever customers have an issue in their home or business. The company strives to be the best Minneapolis water damage specialist and many customers have expressed their appreciation

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SAPD, Crime Stoppers seek 2 men who fled bloody West Side crime scene

Crimes Stoppers of San Antonio is requesting the public’s assistance in finding two males who disappeared from a bloody crime scene on the city’s West side.

San Antonio police responded Feb. 16 to an active shooting call in the 800 block of Lee Hall. When officers arrived, they discovered blood on the driveway of the location, where it appeared that someone had sustained serious bodily injury.

Witnesses reported to officials that both males, identified as Ricardo Sanchez, age unknown, and Jose Rodriguez, 25, where involved in a fight at the location and left the scene.

As of Feb.18, both males were reported as actively missing, police said.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the men is encouraged to contact San Antonio Crime Stoppers at 210-224-7867.

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Crime scene duo clean up

POLOKWANE – Cleaning up the area where a loved one has died is often unthinkable to most people, yet it is something many had to do because there was no one else.

For Yana Mockford and Bonnita Becker from the 24h Crime Scene Clean-up business, what other people won’t do, is their daily job. They are professionally trained to clean up even the goriest of crime scenes, leaving no trace behind.

“The scenes vary greatly from murder scenes to suicides and everything in between. We have an array of chemicals best suited to clean the area along with the necessary safety gear to protect ourselves,” Mockford explained.

“Our head office is in Pretoria and we only recently started our Limpopo branch. We have encountered some scenes that would have even the most seasoned veteran run to the hills since we started late last year.”

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Snapchat Teen Murders: Cops Have New VIDEO Of SUSPECTED Killer!

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Clean Up Crime (Literally) On Consoles And PC Later This Year With Serial Cleaner

Videogames often make it easy to murder someone, but can the same be said for the clean-up process? That’s what developer iFun4All has set out to explain with the retro-hued Serial Cleaner, which is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam this summer.

Taking place in the glorious 1970s, Serial Cleaner places gamers into the shoes of the ultimate crime scene cleaner. With police always on the prowl, you’ll need to work fast in order to mop up copious amounts of blood, dispose of bodies and hide incriminating evidence.

One unique feature is that the title uses real-world data in order to alter the experience based around where you’re playing. Night and day will alter noise levels and “sneakability,” so you’ll want to think about what time it is before you boot the game up. To ultimately succeed in the cover-up, players will

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Iowa woman acquitted of killing husband sues prosecutor

An Iowa woman acquitted of killing her estranged husband and his girlfriend filed a defamation lawsuit Monday against the county sheriff and prosecutor who brought her to trial more than three decades after the slayings.

Theresa Supino was charged in March 2014 with two counts of first-degree murder in the beating deaths of Steven Fisher, 20, and Melisa Gregory, 17. Their bodies were found on the morning of March 3, 1983, inside a trailer at the Copper Dollar Ranch where Fisher worked and lived outside of Newton.

Supino, 56, was arrested and charged after investigators with the

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Strange clip lifts lid on the reality of life as a professional crime scene cleanup worker

In one of the final shots included in the video, the camera is positioned inside the bedroom of the victim, showing the horror of the scene that unfolded.

Render Stetson-Shanahan, 26, was charged with second-degree murder after killing roommate Carolyn Bush, 25, following an argument in their Queens apartment.

The clip was recently posted on YouTube by a company named National Crime Scene Cleanup Association, lifting the lid on the strange world of professional crime scene sanitation.

A statement on the organisation’s website reads: “We offer crime scene cleaning services in the aftermath of a trauma or death,and bodily fluid and blood clean up required after an accident or crime by professional certified biohazard clean up experts who will clean, sanitize, remove biohazardous wastes and restore your property to an acceptable living environment after the traumatic event.

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The aftermath of murder: Crime crew mop pools of blood in grisly footage

The clip, shot using state-of-the-art 360 degree camera technology, shows the teams working inside a New York City house that played host to a shocking murder late last year. Blood stains cover the floor in almost every room of the house, painting the staircase and hallway in a chilling dark red carpet.

Men dressed in yellow biohazard suits package up items left in the rooms to be disposed of, before moving on to the next to begin the arduous task of cleaning.

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HORROR SHOW: A crime scene clean up worker deals with the grisly aftermath of the killing

In one of the final shots included in the video, the camera is positioned inside the room 25-year-old Carolyn Bush’s body was found showing the horror of the scene that unfolded.Bush was killed by her roommate, 26-year-old

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‘It’s quite messy’: Couple are found murdered in a crime scene so gruesome that cops have to use X-rays to work out …

  • Two bodies found in Peabody home, north of Boston, late on Saturday night
  • Male and female victims were shot to death and wrapped in rugs and plastic
  • Police found multiple body parts around, describing crime scene as ‘messy’
  • X-ray machines were used to identify exactly how many bodies were in the home

Two people have been found dead in a Massachusetts home, in a crime scene so grisly police had to use x-ray equipment to work out how many bodies were inside.

Police say the bodies of a man and woman were uncovered in the home at Peabody, north of Boston, late on Saturday night.

The victims, whose names have not been released, were shot dead and their bodies were found wrapped in rugs and plastic.

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Murder Investigation Underway After Bodies Found In Peabody Home

PEABODY (CBS) – A murder investigation is underway after two people were found brutally murdered inside a Peabody home.

Essex District Attorney Jon Blodgett said Sunday the bodies of at least one man and one woman were found inside a Farm Ave. home.

Law enforcement sources told WBZ-TV a man and his girlfriend were found shot to death, their bodies wrapped in rugs and plastic.

Blodgett told reporters that a woman ran from the bungalow-style home on Farm Avenue Saturday night, flagging down a driver and telling police that a crime had been committed there.

Sources told WBZ-TV chief investigative reporter Cheryl Fiandaca that police found several body parts and a bloody crime scene.

The man and woman were identified, and authorities said the victims and suspect knew one another. Their names were not being released until their families were notified.

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