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Police Taking Cadaver Dogs to ‘House of Horrors,’ Testing Victims …

As the investigation into the Turpin family’s “House of Horrors” continues, detectives are facing the grim possibility that some of David and Louise Turpin’s children may not have survived. They are considering bringing cadaver dogs into the home to search for remains.

According to Crime Watch Daily, detectives are seriously considering bringing a highly trained team of cadaver dogs into the horrific crime scene in Perry, California. Investigators who have been into the house claim that it’s a complete mess, with urine and feces everywhere and chains and manacles attached much of the furniture.

Unfortunately, based on the status of the Turpins’ 13 children, investigators now have to consider the possibility that some might not have survived, and there might be more to recover inside the house.

As those 13 survivors recover, authorities may also ask for DNA tests to verify that they’re all related to David and Louise

Read more at: http://popculture.com/trending/2018/01/21/turpin-cadaver-dogs-house-of-horrors-dna/

Police Taking Cadaver Dogs to ‘House of Horrors,’ Testing Victims’ DNA

As the investigation into the Turpin family’s “House of Horrors” continues, detectives are facing the grim possibility that some of David and Louise’s children may not have survived. They are considering bringing cadaver dogs into the home to search for remains.

According to Crime Watch Daily, detectives are seriously considering bringing a highly trained team of cadaver dogs into the horrific crime scene in Perry, California. Investigators who have been into the house claim that it’s a complete mess, with urine and feces everywhere and chains and manacles attached much of the furniture.

Unfortunately, based on the status of the Turpins’ 13 children, investigators now have to consider the possibility that some might not have survived, and there might be more to recover inside the house.

As those 13 survivors recover, authorities may also ask for DNA tests to verify that they’re all related to David and Louise Turpin.

Read more at: http://popculture.com/trending/2018/01/21/turpin-cadaver-dogs-house-of-horrors-dna/

Police say murder suspect admitted to beating man with table leg, paint cans

Shanadore Rice 

KALAMAZOO, MI — The man accused of killing 69-year-old William Gray told police he choked him, then used a table leg and paint cans to beat him to death, police say.

Shanadore Rice, 34, of South Haven, has been arraigned on one count of open murder in the Dec. 29, 2017, death of William Henry Gray.

Police responded to Gray’s home in the 1200 block of North Rose Street in Kalamazoo Dec. 30 after they received information Gray had been killed in the home, a Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety detective said during a probable cause hearing Jan. 15 in Kalamazoo County District Court.

Murder arrest made after Kalamazoo man’s body found in Detroit

After executing a search warrant at the home, police found a bloody crime scene in the living room, which

Read more at: http://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2018/01/man_admits_to_choking_beating.html

Police say murder suspect admitted to beating man with table leg …

Shanadore Rice 

KALAMAZOO, MI — The man accused of killing 69-year-old William Gray told police he choked him, then used a table leg and paint cans to beat him to death, police say.

Shanadore Rice, 34, of South Haven, has been arraigned on one count of open murder in the Dec. 29, 2017, death of William Henry Gray.

Police responded to Gray’s home in the 1200 block of North Rose Street in Kalamazoo Dec. 30 after they received information Gray had been killed in the home, a Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety detective said during a probable cause hearing Jan. 15 in Kalamazoo County District Court.

Murder arrest made after Kalamazoo man’s body found in Detroit

After executing a search warrant at the home, police found a bloody crime scene in the living room, which

Read more at: http://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2018/01/man_admits_to_choking_beating.html

Special award for ‘top’ police team which captured ‘savage’ subway rapist

Eight police officers whose investigation led to the jailing of a ‘savage’ town centre rapist have received a top honour.

Staffordshire Police have issued commendations to the officers involved in the conviction of 21-year-old Jack Purves following last February’s sex attack.

Police called to Newcastle town centre discovered the woman had been knocked out and suffered nasty injuries and was so distressed she could not describe her attacker.

But they searched for clues while supporting the victim and discovered the bloodied rapist acting suspiciously near the town’s former Maxims nightclub.

Rapist Jack Purves

Rapist Jack Purves

The investigation saw:

Deputy police chief’s arbitration hearing in Dennis Oland case delayed a year

Deputy Saint John police chief Glen McCloskey’s arbitration hearing in relation to alleged misconduct in the Dennis Oland murder case has been bumped back by more than a year.

McCloskey was scheduled to appear before an arbitrator appointed by the New Brunswick Police Commission on Friday, but his lawyer requested the Police Act matter be set over until after Oland’s retrial in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, multimillionaire Richard Oland.

Oland’s lawyers “noted” the adjournment in the McCloskey arbitration “with a great deal of interest,” said family lawyer Bill Teed.

But he said they are “not in a position to make any comment on it at this time.”

The adjournment in the McCloskey hearing came after a conversation between a police commission representative and the deputy attorney general’s office, said Steve Roberge, executive

Read more at: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/deputy-police-chief-apos-arbitration-201807986.html

Deputy police chief’s arbitration hearing in Dennis Oland case delayed a year

Saint John Police Force Deputy Chief Glen McCloskey’s arbitration hearing in connection with the second-degree murder trial of Dennis Oland has been bumped back by more than a year.

McCloskey was scheduled to appear before an arbitrator appointed by the New Brunswick Police Commission on Friday, but his lawyer requested the Police Act matter be set over until after Oland’s retrial in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, multimillionaire Richard Oland.

“A recent conversation between the Deputy Attorney General’s office and the Commission’s representative has led the Commission to conclude that it is now in the best interest of justice to agree with Deputy Chief McCloskey’s request to adjourn the arbitration hearing to a date after the evidence in the second Oland murder trial has been completed,” the commission’s executive director Steve Roberge confirmed in an email to CBC News.

Cops open up on how the force deals with police shootings | Daily …

Police officers have revealed how the job ‘slowly eats us away’ in a searingly frank documentary about slain cops.

A SWAT officer says that he gets sent on ‘horrific calls every day’ like looking people in their eyes as they take their last breath .

The cop says he has to ‘bury it deep inside’ and, unable to speak to their families, cops are ‘just left to figure out how not to lose ourselves’.

Another officer who survived multiple stabbings, Thomas Marchese, 43, says that every day that they walk out the door, cops have to ‘make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’.

Marchese exclusively told the DailyMail.com how he used his experience to help ‘crack the shell’ of silence and persuade serving officers to speak to him for his documentary, ‘Fallen’. 

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Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4859286/Cops-open-force-deals-police-shootings.html

Cops have opened up about how the force deals with police shootings that happen across America, in the new …

Police officers have revealed how the job ‘slowly eats us away’ in a searingly frank documentary about slain cops.

A SWAT officer says that he gets sent on ‘horrific calls every day’ like looking people in their eyes as they take their last breath .

The cop says he has to ‘bury it deep inside’ and, unable to speak to their families, cops are ‘just left to figure out how not to lose ourselves’.

Another officer who survived multiple stabbings, Thomas Marchese, 43, says that every day that they walk out the door, cops have to ‘make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’.

Marchese exclusively told the DailyMail.com how he used his experience to help ‘crack the shell’ of silence and persuade serving officers to speak to him for his documentary, ‘Fallen’. 

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Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4859286/Cops-open-force-deals-police-shootings.html

‘We make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’: Cops reveal how the force copes with police shootings …

Police officers have revealed how the job ‘slowly eats us away’ in a searingly frank documentary about slain cops.

A SWAT officer says that he gets sent on ‘horrific calls every day’ like looking people in their eyes as they take their last breath .

The cop says he has to ‘bury it deep inside’ and, unable to speak to their families, cops are ‘just left to figure out how not to lose ourselves’.

Another officer who survived multiple stabbings, Thomas Marchese, 43, says that every day that they walk out the door, cops have to ‘make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’.

Marchese exclusively told the DailyMail.com how he used his experience to help ‘crack the shell’ of silence and persuade serving officers to speak to him for his documentary, ‘Fallen’. 

Scroll down for video 

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4859286/Cops-open-force-deals-police-shootings.html