St. Augustine Shores Crime – St. Augustine Shores police said Tuesday that two bodies had been discovered in a residence, and are treating the deaths as a possible murder-suicide. On Monday, sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the residence, said the sheriff’s office. According to the note, a family friend who stopped by to drop off groceries “discovered a note from one of the victims claiming that they were deceased inside of the apartment.”
The Sheriff’s Department reports that both victims were old and had multiple health problems. The following is an excerpt from a press release issued by the Sheriff’s Office: The autopsy results corroborated the findings of the police, who were investigating the death as a murder-suicide. Each victim was shot multiple times. According to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, the two people found dead in the St. Augustine Shores home have not been positively identified. The sheriff’s office are not seeking any suspect in connection to this incident.
**2 military veterans found dead at the National Cemetery in Springfield **
Mark D. Young, age 38, and Justin S. Baker, age 46, both of Springfield, had their bodies found at the National Cemetery on the corner of 1702 E. Seminole on January 31, 2022. Both men were military veterans. Their loved ones have been informed about the developments in the investigation, and their deaths have been reported to the authorities that are responsible for handling such matters.
After completing their investigation, the members of our homicide team came to the conclusion that these deaths were the result of a murder-suicide. We are not aggressively looking for any suspects at this time because there is no threat to the general public, Springfield Police Department said.
Springfield National Cemetery – Springfield National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located in the city of Springfield, in Greene County, Missouri. Administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, it encompasses 18.1 acres, and as of the end of 2005, has 14,685 interments.
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