Erica Burden Death – According to the authorities, the victim of a vicious incident that took place on Winston Street in Greensboro has passed away. Greensboro resident Erica Burden, 47, was found in the 100 block of Winston Street on Monday evening suffering from “free-bleeding trauma,” as reported by the police. The cops responded to the area at 7:55 p.m. On Tuesday, the police said that Burden had passed away as a result of her injuries. The victim apparently suffered from a wide variety of wounds of different kinds.
The extent of Burden’s injuries and the nature of the attack are not being disclosed by the police, despite the fact that the police have verified that the incident did not involve a shooting. There was no information that raised any red flags. The investigation is still going on at this time. Anybody who witnessed or has information regarding this crime is urged to call Greensboro/Guilford Crime Stoppers at the number (336) 373-1000. In addition, residents can send a mobile tip by using the P3tips app on their Apple or Android smartphone, or they can submit a web tip by going to P3tips.com. All information provided to Crime Stoppers is kept strictly confidential.
Related topic: Greensboro woman dies after vicious dog attack
After being attacked by two pit bulls while she was dog-sitting on Thursday morning, a 46-year-old woman passed away. Around 2:00 a.m., Trena Peed was dog-sitting for two pit bulls at her residence on Vance Street, close to Downtown Greensboro and South Elm-Eugene Street. Neighbors first heard Peed’s shrill cries for aid after she let the dogs out of the house, and then they witnessed the attack. 911 calls reveal the astonishment and anguish of the neighbors at the incident. “It is night. All I can hear her screaming and her dogs assaulting her over there. When Peed’s kid learned that his mother had passed away, he had just fallen asleep inside the house. “That’s awful. She was fatally mauled. That’s awful, said Mr. Johsnon, Peed’s longtime neighbor and friend.
After the assault, Johnson sat on his friend’s porch with his head bowed and his heart aching. We had a great friendship. She and my wife conversed frequently. We were merely pals. I don’t care who it was; it’s dreadful, even if I didn’t know her at all. In an effort to control the situation, Guilford County Animal Control and Greensboro Police visited the residence. While calling 911 to report the assault, the caller added, “All I know is that they… they done drug her into the dark.” Both friends and neighbors are still processing what happened on Thursday morning. The only thing I know is that I heard some gunfire, Johnson added. Before I even heard the bullets, I looked out the window and saw the fire trucks, ambulances, and other emergency vehicles.
According to the police, shooting one of the dogs was the only way to stop the attack. On the traffic radio, there were reports of “shots fired.” “I took down one dog, but there’s another one out here.” Johnson claims that in his 40 years of residing in this area, he has never witnessed anything so tragic. It’s a dreadful course to take. All the best to the family,” he stated. “She was doing good deeds, and she died tragically behind it.” We had a conversation with a Guilford County Animal Services employee. They claim to have the last dog in a quarantine facility. The Greensboro Police would bring any potential charges. About the status of their investigation, we are awaiting a callback.
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