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
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A quiet neighborhood in Gentilly near Dillard University woke up Friday to a scene of stunning violence, with police reporting three people, including two young children, found killed inside of a home on Touro Street. Another victim was injured by a firearm and had been hospitalized.
Few details about killings were immediately available, but Police Superintendent Michael Harrison was on the scene Friday morning. “It really rattles everybody,” Harrison said. “That’s why you see us all out here.”
The coroner’s office identified those killed as Jumyrin Smith, 6; Justin Simms, 10; and Monique Smith, 30. All three were shot in the head, according to sources cited by WWL-TV.
At one point Friday morning, a crying man rushed toward the tan brick house, yelling “That’s my daughter! Those are my grandkids!” But he was held back by officers.