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‘It’s a very specific smell’: meet the couple who make a living cleaning bloody crime scenes

Carl Loader owns Crime Scene Cleaners and has been cleaning up crime scenes since 2010.

Carl Loader owns Crime Scene Cleaners and has been cleaning up crime scenes since 2010.

The blood was everywhere.

On the walls, on the ceiling and spattered across the floor.

Under things and on top of things, in places you’d least expect.

Specially mixed chemicals are used to remove blood and bodily fluids from crime scenes.

Specially mixed chemicals are used to remove blood and bodily fluids from crime scenes.

The death of a man at the hands of a samurai sword was a grisly scene and no one was willing to clean it up.

So Carl Loader and partner Tara-Jayne Stapleton got to work themselves.

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Upper Hutt axe-murder victim’s family had to clean up mum’s death scene
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BREAKING NEWS: Bloody crime scene discovered in Waterval Estate (Graphic Images)

Police and security personnel were alerted to a bloody crime scene near Northcliff.

The stabbing took place at about 1pm on 28 November in Botha Street, Waterval Estate, just a street away from the Naidoo family murder/ kidnapping home.

When Northcliff Melville Times was at the scene, the injured man had already been transported to a hospital and the man suspected of his stabbing was in the back of a police van, still at the scene.

SCP Security director, Clive Maher, told Northcliff Melville Times that he had been on the scene at a cottage in the backyard of a Botha Street home, just after the incident happened and described it as bloody.

Maher speculated that the victim could have been involved in satanism after seeing two unfamiliar shrines in the man’s home.

One of the shrines at the scene of a stabbing which

Read more at: https://northcliffmelvilletimes.co.za/263874/breaking-bloody-crime-scene-discovered-in-waterval-estate/

Can bloody dioramas show how to investigate a murder? These forensic experts say yes.


Former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O’Toole examines the crime scene “Three-Room Dwelling,” a diorama depicting an apparent triple homicide, as part of the Renwick Gallery’s “Murder Is Her Hobby” exhibit. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post)

The three forensic experts slowly, carefully examined the horrific crime scene. Three bloody bodies: A woman lying in bed, apparently shot to death; her husband face down on the floor next to the other side of the bed with a large crimson stain on the bed; and in an adjacent room, a baby in a crib, also apparently shot to death. If it were real, it would be too gruesome to look at for long, even for these three crime scene veterans.

In 1937, it was real. Somewhere in New England, the Judson family was found dead in their quaint home, three bottles of milk sitting outside the

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/true-crime/wp/2017/11/17/can-bloody-dioramas-show-how-to-investigate-a-murder-these-forensic-experts-say-yes/

Court records reveal details in bloody Webster County homicide

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Jessica Gomez, 26, of Fort Dodge, was found killed in a rural area east of Clare in Webster County. Her friend, Mackenzie Lee Knigge, 26, of Clare, a woman originally reported missing with Gomez, has been charged with first degree murder. Phillip Anthony Williams, 25, of Lafayette, Ind., also is charged with murder. Three other people were also arrested with Knigge and Williams in Indiana.
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Before investigators found the burned body of a missing Fort Dodge woman or arrested her suspected killers last month, they found a bloody crime scene indicative of homicide, according to newly released court records.

It appeared to investigators that

Read more at: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2017/09/12/court-records-fort-dodge-womans-killers-burned-her-body-fled-indiana/657178001/

Men deny evidence tampering in bloody crime scene from late June

A Billings man is denying charges he removed bloody clothing and a garbage dumpster from a crime scene in late June.

Michael Scott Leclair, 35, is facing two felony counts of tampering with evidence related to an assault at a Heights home on June 28.

Investigators believe Leclair moved the bloody clothing and garbage dumpster “to an unknown location” to prevent police from finding them.

Detectives searching the scene at the Heights home discovered the area had been cleaned recently, but some blood stains remained on the staircase, baseboard and a speaker box.

Leclair has posted $50,000 bond and is on GPS monitoring.

Another man, William James Hoffert III, has been charged with evidence tampering in what appears to be the same case.

Hoffert appeared in court Thursday via video from the Yellowstone County jail and pleaded not guilty to two felony counts of evidence tampering and one felony count of criminal endangerment for a road

Read more at: http://billingsgazette.com/men-deny-evidence-tampering-in-bloody-crime-scene-from-late/article_222d7d2b-cf28-58dc-8625-3e023ae12d6f.html

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.

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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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Forensic expert describes bloody crime scene

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An Oregon State Police forensic scientist described a violent crime scene in which the victim was bludgeoned multiple times. Although the victim was never named, the beating took place in the same location where accused murderer Edwin Lara said he killed Kaylee Sawyer by backing over her with his car last summer.

The description by Victoria Dickerson on Wednesday in Deschutes County Circuit Court, part of testimony during a seventh day of hearings in the case against Lara, was five days shy of the one-year anniversary of Sawyers murder. Dickerson investigated three scenes believed to be connected with Sawyers murder July 24.

Dickerson testified she investigated bloody drag marks from the edge of Central Oregon Community College parking lot B12. She testified the trail went out of the parking lot, up a hill and

Read more at: http://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/5458833-151/forensic-expert-describes-bloody-crime-scene