Settlers Park Suicide – A body was reportedly found at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, the victim was reportedly to have been found with gunshot injuries which were believed to be self inflicted. The authorities were called to the scene where the body was found. The identity of the victim has not been released. The result of police investigations have not been released to the publication.
The picturesque and serene Settler’s Park, which spans 54 hectares and is situated along the banks of the Baakens River, can be found in the very center of the city. There are three ways to enter the Settlers Park Nature Reserve. You can enter via How Avenue, which is located just off Park Drive; Chelmsford Avenue, which is located just off Target Kloof; or Third Avenue, which is located in Walmer.
The facilities of Settlers Park include a floral display house, a Marquette of the 1820 Settlers’ Statue, indigenous flora, rock ponds with stepping-stones, and grassed spaces that are perfect for picnicking. The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including a variety of birds, small buck, and other animals. Additionally, the park features a walking track that is 8 kilometers long and goes through the Baakens River Valley.
RELATED ARTICLE: Jeffery David Morford found dead in Meridian home; died of suicide
A body was found inside a residence in Meridian, Idaho. According to the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the residence located on the 400 block of South Linder Road in response to a report of domestic violence. CBS2 was told by the authorities that a second individual was injured but did not require medical treatment thus they did not transfer them to the hospital. There is no one under arrest. The call was received by dispatch at approximately 6:40 in the morning.
Later on Wednesday, the Ada County Coroner’s Office released the name of the deceased as Jeffery David Morford, age 49, and determined that he had committed suicide prior to his passing.
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