Video PUBLISHED: 11:44 20 July 2019 | UPDATED: 11:44 20 July 2019 Jake Foxford Cliver Wyard on CCTV footage Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY Archant Detectives investigating the murder of Ipswich grandfather Clive Wyard, who died after being found injured on his driveway, are appealing for information that may help catch his killer. Clive Wyard was found collapsed in Valley Road in July last year Picture: SUPPLIED BY FAMILYMr Wyard, 74, was found collapsed outside his home in Valley Road at around 7.15am on Friday, July 20.He had a severe head injury, black eyes, a split lip and cuts on his body. He was rushed to hospital but died 12 days later.After 12 months of work, police now believe he was killed and a 32-year-old man from Ipswich has been questioned on suspicion of murder. He was released under investigation and is currently in prison for an unrelated offence.His family and detectives are pleading with the public to come forward and help them … [Read more...] about See the route Clive Wyard took the night he was fatally attacked
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Oralandar Brand-Williams The Detroit News Published 2:49 PM EDT Apr 15, 2019 A former employee of a Taylor trucking company was sentenced to life in prison Monday for shooting his boss to death, starting a deadly rampage in which he also killed a man in Pontiac. Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Lawrence Talon sentenced Vernest Griffin, 46, of Sterling Heights on a range of offenses that included murder, felony firearms, armed robbery and felonious assault in the slaying of 60-year-old Keith Kitchen at BSD Linehaul on Feb. 1, 2018. Griffin will serve two years for the felony firearms conviction, followed by 32-48 months for felonious assault. He will serve 45-75 years for armed robbery and natural life for the murder of Kitchen. Employees BSD gave horrific accounts during a preliminary examination for Griffin last year. The shooting followed an incident involving Griffin at the company about three months earlier. Kitchen's family members came to the sentencing … [Read more...] about Man to serve life for murder of boss at Taylor company
Meagan Flynn, The Washington Post Published 4:38 am PST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 James Bulger James Bulger Photo: Associated Press Photo: Associated Press Image 1 of / 23 Caption Close Image 1 of 23 James Bulger James Bulger Photo: Associated Press Two boys brutally killed a 2-year-old 26 years ago. An Oscar-nominated film on the case has 'disgusted' his mother. 1 / 23 Back to Gallery The grainy surveillance image was burned into Britain's collective memory: a tiny boy holding the hand of another, being led out the door of a shopping center near Liverpool. The seemingly innocuous footage, blasted all over the news in the days after 2-year-old James Bulger disappeared, belied … [Read more...] about Two boys brutally killed a 2-year-old 26 years ago. An Oscar-nominated film on the case has ‘disgusted’ his mother.
Abusive graffiti has been scrawled at various sites on a Wigan estate amid rising tensions in the area. Wigan Council is encouraging people to report any graffiti immediately to the town hall or police, particularly when the context could constitute a hate crime. The appeal comes after abusive messages were plastered on walls in Platt Bridge, in one case just metres from Holy Catholic Primary School on Wigan Street. Racist messages, written in large letters, include slurs relating to the traveller community.Horrified residents have reported heightened tensions following the death of local man, Billy Livesley. A senior member of the traveller community, who wishes to remain anonymous, contacted the Wigan Post after his family received abuse. “We have got a load of writing on the trailer calling us ***** scum,” he said. “This has been going on for weeks in numerous places up and down Platt Bridge, but it has recently got so much worse. “It’s a hate crime … [Read more...] about Racist graffiti sparks tension in Wigan
Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 3:54 am PST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 This photo provided by the Lakewood Police Department shows Shelby Svensen, who also goes by Shelby Nealy, in Lakewood, Ohio. Investigators in Florida say the 25-year-old man charged with killing his in-laws and brother-in-law also killed his wife as long as a year ago and had been tricking them into believing she was OK. Police found the decomposing bodies of 71-year-old Richard Ivancic, 59-year-old Laura Ivancic and 25-year-old Nicholas Ivancic inside their Tarpon Springs home on New Year's Day. Now they've found the body of Shelby Svenson's wife Jamie, buried in the backyard of their home in Port Richey. (Lakewood Police Department via AP) less This photo provided by the Lakewood Police Department shows Shelby Svensen, who also goes by Shelby Nealy, in Lakewood, Ohio. Investigators in Florida say the 25-year-old man charged with killing his in-laws ... more … [Read more...] about For months, he said his wife was too busy to answer the phone. A massacre revealed the truth.