Category Archives: Crime Scene Clean-up

Hawaii Five-0 Recap 5/5/17: Season 7 Episode 24 “He ke’u na ka ‘alae a Hina”

Hawaii Five-0 Recap 5/5/17: Season 7 Episode 24 He ke'u na ka 'alae a Hina

Tonight on CBS Hawaii Five-0 air with an all-new Friday, May 5, 2017, episode and we have your Hawaii Five-0 recap below.  On tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 season 7 episode 24 as per the CBS synopsis, “McGarrett gets a tip that someone is plotting a terrorist attack on Oahu. Five-0 investigates and searches for those behind it before it’s too late. Meanwhile, Chin and Abby face a difficult decision.”

So don’t forget to bookmark this spot and come back between 9 PM – 10 PM ET! for our Hawaii Five-0 recap.  While you wait for the recap don’t forget to check all our Hawaii Five-0 recaps, news, spoilers more, right here!

Tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 recap starts now – Refresh Page often to get the most current updates!

McGarrett had one been part of the

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Hawaii Five-0 Recap 5/5/17: Season 7 Episode 24 "He ke’u na ka ‘alae a Hina"

Hawaii Five-0 Recap 5/5/17: Season 7 Episode 24 He ke'u na ka 'alae a Hina

Tonight on CBS Hawaii Five-0 air with an all-new Friday, May 5, 2017, episode and we have your Hawaii Five-0 recap below.  On tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 season 7 episode 24 as per the CBS synopsis, “McGarrett gets a tip that someone is plotting a terrorist attack on Oahu. Five-0 investigates and searches for those behind it before it’s too late. Meanwhile, Chin and Abby face a difficult decision.”

So don’t forget to bookmark this spot and come back between 9 PM – 10 PM ET! for our Hawaii Five-0 recap.  While you wait for the recap don’t forget to check all our Hawaii Five-0 recaps, news, spoilers more, right here!

Tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 recap starts now – Refresh Page often to get the most current updates!

McGarrett had one been part of the

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Hawaii Five-0 Recap 5/5/17: Season 7 Episode 24 "He ke’u na ka …

Hawaii Five-0 Recap 5/5/17: Season 7 Episode 24 He ke'u na ka 'alae a Hina

Tonight on CBS Hawaii Five-0 air with an all-new Friday, May 5, 2017, episode and we have your Hawaii Five-0 recap below.  On tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 season 7 episode 24 as per the CBS synopsis, “McGarrett gets a tip that someone is plotting a terrorist attack on Oahu. Five-0 investigates and searches for those behind it before it’s too late. Meanwhile, Chin and Abby face a difficult decision.”

So don’t forget to bookmark this spot and come back between 9 PM – 10 PM ET! for our Hawaii Five-0 recap.  While you wait for the recap don’t forget to check all our Hawaii Five-0 recaps, news, spoilers more, right here!

Tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 recap starts now – Refresh Page often to get the most current updates!

McGarrett had one been part of the

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Man and woman found dead in apartment

OCALA, Fla. — Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after a man and woman were found dead in their home. According to OPD, the teens who live in the apartment were the first to find the bodies.

 

“No child should come home from school and see something like that,” said a neighbor, Patrick Bruce, who was there when the kids discovered the bodies.

 

A crime scene clean-up company, Accident Cleaners and Restoration, were cleaning up the scene Tuesday at an apartment on SW 31st Avenue in Ocala, where police say 48 year old Jose Rivera and 40 year old Idiomaris Pellot died.

 

“I came home, and the children were going back and forth around the apartment trying to get in, knocking on the door, knocking on the windows, ringing the doorbells,” said Bruce. “They didn’t speak too much english so I kind of just listened to a few words and I heard ‘morte’

Read more at: http://www.wcjb.com/local-news/2017/04/man-and-woman-found-dead-apartment

Man and woman found dead in apartment | WCJB TV-20

OCALA, Fla. — Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after a man and woman were found dead in their home. According to OPD, the teens who live in the apartment were the first to find the bodies.

 

“No child should come home from school and see something like that,” said a neighbor, Patrick Bruce, who was there when the kids discovered the bodies.

 

A crime scene clean-up company, Accident Cleaners and Restoration, were cleaning up the scene Tuesday at an apartment on SW 31st Avenue in Ocala, where police say 48 year old Jose Rivera and 40 year old Idiomaris Pellot died.

 

“I came home, and the children were going back and forth around the apartment trying to get in, knocking on the door, knocking on the windows, ringing the doorbells,” said Bruce. “They didn’t speak too much english so I kind of just listened to a few words and I heard ‘morte’

Read more at: http://www.wcjb.com/local-news/2017/04/man-and-woman-found-dead-apartment

National Crime Victim Rights Week underway

“The victims have to face the defendants that committed the crimes against them”, said Rick Mountcastle, acting U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia.

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 2 to 8, is a time to celebrate progress achieved, raise awareness of victims’ rights and services, and stand with those whose lives have been forever altered by crime.

“If you are a victim of crime, we believe you have rights”. The Caddo Sheriff’s Office will have deputies available to provide information and answer questions from 9 a.m.to 1 p.m., Tuesday, at the Caddo Courthouse, 501 Texas Street; 9 a.m.to 1 p.m., Wednesday, at the Shreveport City Courthouse, 1244 Texas Avenue; and 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. Thursday, at the Shreve Memorial Library, 424 Texas Street.

The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with messages and illustrations.

In1984, President Ronald Reagan signed into law the Victims of Crime Act, the first

Read more at: http://aliveforfootball.com/2017/04/national-crime-victim-rights-week-underway/

Compensation for crime victims lacking in NS: Prof

Professor Benjamin Perirn is calling for immediate action from N.S. Premier Stephen McNeil to update laws and provisions around compensation and counselling for the victims of crimes and their families.

He took part in a three-year University of British Columbia study that shows only Nova Scotia and Newfoundland Labrador do not provide necessary funding and services.

“McNeil should immediately see that services — like counselling — are expanded and financial compensation is raised,” said Perrin, a law professor.

According to his new book, Victim Law: The Law of Victims of Crime in Canada, the province only provides $2,000 over two years for victims or their families, and $4,000 maximum for those who had a loved one who was murdered.

“The Federal Department of justice estimated $100 billion a year is the cost associated with crime in the country, and 83 per cent of that is born out of costs associated with helping

Read more at: http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1454202-compensation-for-crime-victims-lacking-in-n.s.-prof

Compensation for crime victims lacking in N.S.: Prof

Professor Benjamin Perrin is calling for immediate action from N.S. Premier Stephen McNeil to update laws and provisions around compensation and counselling for the victims of crimes and their families.

He took part in a three-year University of British Columbia study that shows only Nova Scotia and Newfoundland Labrador do not provide necessary funding and services.

“McNeil should immediately see that services — like counselling — are expanded and financial compensation is raised,” said Perrin, a law professor.

According to his new book, Victim Law: The Law of Victims of Crime in Canada, the province only provides $2,000 over two years for victims or their families, and $4,000 maximum for those who had a loved one who was murdered.

“The Federal Department of justice estimated $100 billion a year is the cost associated with crime in the country, and 83 per cent of that is born out of costs associated with helping victims,”

Read more at: http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1454202-compensation-for-crime-victims-lacking-in-n.s.-prof

MRM Talking With: Carolyn Miller, Founder of the National Franchise Institute

In this edition of MRM Talking With, Carolyn Miller, founder of the National Franchise Institute and author of “Brick Mortar Franchise Success:  Know The Costs or Pay The Price,” discusses the complexities of location selection and how franchises are evolving. According to Miller, the purpose of the book is to take the guesswork out of the entire development process so franchisees and independent restaurateurs know exactly what it takes to get new locations open in the least amount of time, for the best overall price and, more important than anything else, without making costly mistakes in the process.

Miller began her franchise career in 1984 at McDonald’s headquarters in Oak Brook, IL where she worked for more than 14 years. During six of those years, she orchestrated the development efforts of 40 McDonald’s regions in opening close to 1,000 “McDonald’s in Wal-Mart” locations in the U.S. and Canada. In 1998, when McDonald’s infused capital

Read more at: http://www.modernrestaurantmanagement.com/mrm-talking-with-carolyn-miller-founder-of-the-national-franchise-institute/

When Water From Across Hall Starts Flooding Mom’s Apartment, Neighbor’s Grisly Secret is Exposed

Maelynn Arellano was forced to call building management days ago when water started seeping into her apartment.

The mother of two who lives at View Point Apartments outside of Denver, Colorado, told KDVR that she called maintenance to report that water was leaking into her family’s apartment from across the hall.

Although she called on the evening of March 14, crews weren’t sent until morning.

That’s when she was told the gruesome news.

“They said, ‘you know, we’re recommending you guys call a 24-hour crime scene cleanup crew out here to get this water out, because it’s contaminated,'” she said.

When the crime scene clean up crew arrived, the news was even more distressing. Arellano was told:

“You need to get, for you and your kids, a week’s worth of stuff, medications, paperwork, whatever you need for your infant and for your other daughter and yourself for a week.”

Across the hall, lying in several inches of waste

Read more at: http://ijr.com/2017/03/826810-water-flooding-moms-apartment-points-grisly-scene-unit-next-door/