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Bags of cocaine, marijuana found outside home where dogs shot

A safe. A bag of marijuana. Small baggies of cocaine. One dead dog.

Images captured by police the night of a grisly and curious home invasion in St. John’s were shown at the trial of Tyler Donahue, Gary Hennessey, Abdifatah Mohamed and Mitchell Nippard on Tuesday.

Police were called to a home on Mount Royal Avenue in central St. John’s after two shots rang out early on Feb. 4, 2017. 

Officers come upon a bloody crime scene, with a dog — a boxer named Al — shot dead on the floor of the home.

A second boxer — named Capone — was shot but survived, said Const. Sherry Legge of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary.

She photographed the dog, and other items, the night of the home invasion — one of several that have been discussed

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/home-invasion-mount-royal-drugs-1.4543740

Bags of cocaine, marijuana found outside home where dogs shot …

A safe. A bag of marijuana. Small baggies of cocaine. One dead dog.

Images captured by police the night of a grisly and curious home invasion in St. John’s were shown at the trial of Tyler Donahue, Gary Hennessey, Abdifatah Mohamed and Mitchell Nippard on Tuesday.

Police were called to a home on Mount Royal Avenue in central St. John’s after two shots rang out early on Feb. 4, 2017. 

Officers come upon a bloody crime scene, with a dog — a boxer named Al — shot dead on the floor of the home.

A second boxer — named Capone — was shot but survived, said Const. Sherry Legge of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary.

She photographed the dog, and other items, the night of the home invasion — one of several that have been discussed

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/home-invasion-mount-royal-drugs-1.4543740

Still no bidders for the house where Molly Martens violently … – Buzz.ie

An American estate agent has admitted having serious trouble selling the home where killer Molly Martens brutally murdered her Irish husband Jason Corbett.

The house, 160 Panther Creek Court in North Carolina, has been on the market for months, but speaking exclusively to Paul Healy from The Irish Daily Star, listing agent Vicky Fleming admitted the almost US$400,000 (€327,000) home may need a price drop.

“We have had several people look at the property but we haven’t had anyone take an interest yet.
“Absolutely I have no doubt what happened there has had an effect,” Vicky revealed.
“Obviously I’m not a judge or a jury but there are concerns because of some people’s religious preferences and there are people that simply the history of this home would be of a concern to.”

Asked if she was having difficulties selling the home, Vicky said she was. One person was even interested in buying it,

Read more at: https://www.buzz.ie/news/still-no-bidders-house-molly-martens-violently-murdered-husband-269271

Still no bidders for the house where Molly Martens violently murdered her husband

An American estate agent has admitted having serious trouble selling the home where killer Molly Martens brutally murdered her Irish husband Jason Corbett.

The house, 160 Panther Creek Court in North Carolina, has been on the market for months, but speaking exclusively to Paul Healy from The Irish Daily Star, listing agent Vicky Fleming admitted the almost US$400,000 (€327,000) home may need a price drop.

“We have had several people look at the property but we haven’t had anyone take an interest yet.
“Absolutely I have no doubt what happened there has had an effect,” Vicky revealed.
“Obviously I’m not a judge or a jury but there are concerns because of some people’s religious preferences and there are people that simply the history of this home would be of a concern to.”

Asked if she was having difficulties selling the home, Vicky said she was. One person was even interested in buying it,

Read more at: https://www.buzz.ie/news/still-no-bidders-house-molly-martens-violently-murdered-husband-269271

Parents used phone finder app to trace Dallas teen to creek where she was killed, mom testifies

After learning her daughter had been sexually assaulted, Cheryl Hastings, a registered nurse, became certified to conduct exams for rape victims. 

“I felt like those people need someone for them in a vulnerable time of their life,” she testified Thursday. 

Jurors were shown photos of the bloody crime scene, where Hastings was found in the fetal position, her clothing in disarray and knife wounds on her wrist and neck.

During the two-week hunt for her killer, investigators quickly zeroed in on Cochran, whom they called a “sexual predator.” 

DNA evidence found on the murder weapon was matched to him. His fingerprints weren’t found at the crime scene, but DNA from Hastings’ rape kit didn’t exclude Cochran as a suspect. 

Defense attorney Paul Johnson said the evidence proves only that Cochran handled the knife, not that he used it to kill Hastings. 

Knives like the murder weapon, Johnson said, are common at the Cinemark movie theater where he worked,

Read more at: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/courts/2018/01/11/trial-begins-dallasman-accused-killing-18-year-old-way-church

‘What age are we living in, where you can’t even enjoy a Sunday morning worship in safety?’

In a Texas community of only a few hundred people, the crossroads of Highway 87 and Farm Road 539 would be considered the main drag in Sutherland Springs.

There is a post office, two gas stations and a road leading past a few small homes to a church that’s been part of the community for decades, but which is now the site of a horrific crime scene.

Johnnie Langendorff

Johnnie Langendorff stands with his mother beside the truck he was driving on Sunday as he chased after the shooter. (Briar Stewart/CBC)

Beyond yellow tape, FBI agents walk shoulder to shoulder near the First Baptist Church looking for bullet casings and waving metal detectors through the long strands of parched grass.

On the other side of a roadblock stands a horde of journalists who have descended on Sutherland Springs to document the mass shooting, and the residents who live here and are grappling

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/sutherland-springs-shooting-1.4390253

A Game Where You Try To Clean Crime Scenes Without Getting …

Serial Cleaner is a game where you play as a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. You have to sneak around cops in order to vacuum up bloodstains, pick up bodies and pocket murder weapons. For a game about cleaning, it’s surprisingly fun.
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Read more at: https://www.kotaku.com.au/2017/07/a-game-where-you-try-to-clean-crime-scenes-without-getting-caught/

A Game Where You Try To Clean Crime Scenes Without Getting Caught

Serial Cleaner is a game where you play as a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. You have to sneak around cops in order to vacuum up bloodstains, pick up bodies and pocket murder weapons. For a game about cleaning, it’s surprisingly fun.
Continue reading

Read more at: https://www.kotaku.com.au/2017/07/a-game-where-you-try-to-clean-crime-scenes-without-getting-caught/

A Game Where You Try To Clean Crime Scenes Without Getting Caught

Behold, my AMAZING vacuum cleaner, capable of vacuuming grass and eliminating blood stains.

Serial Cleaner is a game where you play as a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. You have to sneak around cops in order to vacuum up bloodstains, pick up bodies, and pocket murder weapons. For a game about cleaning, it’s surprisingly fun.

Each level is set in a different location: a camping ground, a high-rise office, a log cabin by a swamp. You can hide from police officers in cabinets and storage bins, or duck behind things to break line of sight. Each level has a certain number of items, bodies, and blood splatters you have to clean up with your vacuum (which miraculously, works on grass and doesn’t leave bloodstains). You also have to pick up the bodies

Read more at: http://kotaku.com/a-game-where-you-try-to-clean-crime-scenes-without-gett-1796882203

Inside the sparse, rented Balinese room where an Australian father died alone after being ‘stabbed multiple times in …

The heartbroken family of an Australian man found dead in his rented Balinese home believed he suffered a heart attack – until they saw the horrific crime scene photos.

Stephen James Richardson, 63, was found lying on a mattress in his rented home in Sanur in a pool of blood with wounds to his right arm, right cheek, and forehead.

In a graphic image sent to the family by police and supplied to Daily Mail Australia, the beloved father can be seen lying stark naked on a blood-soaked blue mattress.

Local police say a shattered bedroom window and broken glass cabinet door are evidence a violent struggle occurred before his ‘unnatural death’.

A knife was also reportedly found at the scene.

Graphic: Australian man Stephen Richardson, 63, was found lying on a mattress in his rented home in Sanur,<p data-recalc-dims=Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4486728/Graphic-image-Australian-man-murdered-Bali.html