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Two youths hacked to death in Ujjain

INDORE: Panic gripped Dhobi Gali on late Sunday night when two youths were hacked to death by six persons, including woman, over an old enmity.

The attackers first attacked the victims with swords and then squashed their heads stones, before fleeing the spot. Ujjain’s Kotwali police have arrested three persons for the murder.

The incident took place at around 11pm when the victims Ravi and Vishal Lashkari were moving on the road near their house, CSP Kotwali Sachin Sharma said adding the attackers, including two minors accosted them and unleashed the assault.

The victims tried to resist, but the attacker soon overpowered them.

The CSP claimed that Ravi had been fostering an enmity with one Jagdish, his wife Prabha and his children, who operated a mobile kiosk selling food items. Jagdish had

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Two youths hacked to death in Ujjain | Indore News – Times of India

INDORE: Panic gripped Dhobi Gali on late Sunday night when two youths were hacked to death by six persons, including woman, over an old enmity.

The attackers first attacked the victims with swords and then squashed their heads stones, before fleeing the spot. Ujjain’s Kotwali police have arrested three persons for the murder.

The incident took place at around 11pm when the victims Ravi and Vishal Lashkari were moving on the road near their house, CSP Kotwali Sachin Sharma said adding the attackers, including two minors accosted them and unleashed the assault.

The victims tried to resist, but the attacker soon overpowered them.

The CSP claimed that Ravi had been fostering an enmity with one Jagdish, his wife Prabha and his children, who operated a mobile kiosk selling food items. Jagdish had

Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/indore/two-youths-hacked-to-death-in-ujjain/articleshow/59633379.cms

Man’s death draws big police presence, but officials say it’s not criminal

PENNSAUKEN TWP. — The death of a man in a home on Mansion Boulevard does not appear to be criminal, authorities have said.

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“At this time, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office does not anticipate any criminal charges to be filed regarding the incident,” said Alexandra McVeigh, a spokeswoman for the office.

Police previously told 6abc that an officer found the man around 9:20 p.m. Monday when someone flagged him down while he was patrolling.

Outside the house at 6004 Mansion Blvd. Tuesday morning, individuals who identified themselves as family declined to speak with a reporter. They examined the broken glass in the house’s front door along with a crime scene clean-up team that was at the home.

A neighbor on Frostoffer Avenue said that police woke him up around 3 a.m. to ask him if a yellow stake in his yard belonged

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/camden/index.ssf/2017/07/no_charges_expected_after_investigation_into_mans.html

Police reportedly investigating man’s death as suspicious

PENNSAUKEN TWP. — Police who found a man’s body inside township home are reportedly investigating it as a suspicious death.

Police told 6abc that they suspect foul play in the death.

They discovered the body around 9:20 p.m. Monday after a person flagged an officer down outside the home, the news station reported.

Police had left the scene at 6004 Mansion Blvd. by 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, but a van from Aftermath LLC, a crime scene and death clean-up company, was parked in the driveway.

Numerous individuals who identified themselves as the man’s family arrived at the house but declined to comment. They met with the clean-up crew, examining the broken glass in the house’s front door.

A neighbor on Frostoffer Avenue said that police woke him up around 3 a.m. to ask him if a yellow stake in his yard belonged to him. He said he confirmed it and asked an officer why the officers were clustered

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/camden/index.ssf/2017/07/police_reportedly_investigating_mans_death_as_susp.html

Prosecutors seek life sentence in Lubbock woman’s ‘inhumane’ stabbing death

Courtney Boyd, an assistant Lubbock County district attorney, stood before jurors Tuesday and used her opening statement to prepare them for the gruesome case they were about to hear. She told them that, after hearing the evidence in the case, she was confident they would find the only punishment that would bring justice to the family of a slain 23-year-old woman was a life sentence for her killer, Ruben Ramos III.

“Nothing changes the cruelty of the crime you’re going to see,” she said. “Nothing fixes the inhumane way Nakasha Nolan died.”


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Ramos, 23, on Monday pleaded guilty to murder before jury selection in his trial in the 364th District Court. He faces a punishment of five years to life in

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Ferndale son beat father to death, kept body for days in garage, police say

A Ferndale man beat his father to death with a hammer, hid his body in a garage for 1 ½ weeks, and dug a grave in the backyard to cover up the murder, according to police.

On Tuesday police responded to a faded pink two-story house at 6164 Grouse Circle, because a concerned family member hadn’t seen William Herman Koop Jr., 65, for weeks. At the home officers spoke with William’s son, Christopher Gregory Koop, 39, who confessed that his father’s body was in the two-car garage, police said.

Christopher Koop told officers they got into an argument over bills on April 13, when he “snapped” and repeatedly punched his father. He knocked his father out, got a hammer, and beat his unconscious father over the head, according to a prosecutor’s summary of the charges read in court.

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Ferndale son beat father to death, hid body in garage for days …

A Ferndale man beat his father to death with a hammer, hid his body in a garage for 1 ½ weeks, and dug a grave in the backyard to cover up the murder, according to police.

On Tuesday police responded to a faded pink two-story house at 6164 Grouse Circle, because a concerned family member hadn’t seen William Herman Koop Jr., 65, for weeks. At the home officers spoke with William’s son, Christopher Gregory Koop, 39, who confessed that his father’s body was in the two-car garage, police said.

Christopher Koop told officers they got into an argument over bills on April 13, when he “snapped” and repeatedly punched his father. He knocked his father out, got a hammer, and beat his unconscious father over the head, according to a prosecutor’s summary of the charges read in court.

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Twisted killer who bludgeoned his mother, brother and sister to death has been working at an ABATTOIR that …

  • Murderer Matthew Wayne De Gruchy faces private parole hearing this week
  • In 1996, he bludgeoned his mother and two younger siblings to death
  • He sent a letter to a relative warning things would change when he was released
  • The relative voiced their concerns he could ever be rehabilitated
  • During his time in Goulburn Prison, he was charged over a brutal 2007 brawl 

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4 charged in disabled boy’s death face new charges

TERRE HAUTE — Four people charged in a 9-year-old Indiana boy’s starvation death now face additional charges after an autopsy found methamphetamine in his system.

Cameron Hoopingarner’s two guardians and two other people originally were charged with neglect of a dependent resulting in death and other counts.

But prosecutors filed additional drug-related charges against them Monday after test results found the boy, who had cerebral palsy, had meth in his system.

Forensic pathologist Dr. Roland Kohr tells the Tribune-Star (http://bit.ly/2nbwTcV ) the drug entered the boy’s system as it was used by the people who “were supposed to be caring for him.”

Hoopingarner weighed only 15 pounds when officers found the dying boy Feb. 21 at a home near Fontanet, about 60 miles west of Indianapolis.

An autopsy determined he died of starvation.

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Darke County woman accused of causing husband’s death in ’16 crash

Thirty-three Fairborn City Schools teachers, students and staff are recognized for their work this quarter.

The Fairborn Board of Education recognized the individuals during a ceremony Monday at the Fairborn High School auditorium. The recognition, the district said in a statement, was started by the board “to recognize students and staff who are exemplary members of our school community.”

MORE: Fairborn schools to start construction on new elementary in 2018

The award winners for the quarter are:

Fairborn Primary School:

Fairborn Primary teacher: Diane Alessandro

Preschool students: Macy Weiss and Ben Lemaster

Kindergarten students: Avonlea Henderson and

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