Darin Gosejohan Death – Law enforcement agencies has identified the man who passed away in deadly Charles County, Missouri shooting as 57-year-old Darin Gosejohan, of St. Peters, MO. According to reports, Gosejohan died at the scene of the incident, two females identified only as a 13-year-old teenager and 45-year-old were transported to an area hospital with injuries consistent with gunshot. Major Case Squad has been activated to investigate the tragic incident that reportedly sent the area residents in shock.
According to the authorities, there are no suspects currently being held in custody. The events in question took place in a residence located in the Country Creek Subdivision on Country Acres Drive, not too far from Jungerman Road. The majority of the house is cordoned off with police crime scene tape. We’ve been told that the investigation is being handled as a possible homicide. The area around the front entrance of the residence has received a lot of attention from the law enforcement officers who are currently on the spot.
A call reporting a shooting at the residence was received by the authorities at approximately 1:30 in the morning, according to Sergeant Melissa Doss of the St. Peters Police Department. When the cops arrived, they discovered the disturbing scene. Gosejohan was discovered deceased in the residence from what seemed to be a gunshot wound. Two additional female victims, ages 13 and 45, who were also inside the house and were also shot. The three victims are all related. Their injuries were not considered to be life-threatening.
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Two people were found dead in a parking structure in the 300 block of West Katella Avenue in Anaheim yesterday just after 2 in the morning. Homicide investigators from Anaheim are conducting an investigation into the fatalities. After reports of a huge fight and shots being fired inside the building, law enforcement was sent to the scene. Deonte Marquis Lenin, 32 years old, a resident of Highland, was discovered by officers suffering from at least one gunshot wound. It was determined that Lenin had passed away at the spot.
A second victim, identified as Elian Tanori Arvayo, 21, from Phoenix, Arizona, was found suffering from blunt force trauma in a different section of the building. Arvayo was taken to a nearby hospital, but he was unable to recover from his injuries and passed away there. Arvayo is not depicted in any known photographs. Anyone who may have information is urged to get in touch with the detectives either by calling them directly at 714-321-3669 or by calling Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS.
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