More >> Police are looking for two women wanted for the theft of a purse at the Giant food store in Camp Hill. More >> Updated: Thursday, March 27 2014 1:48 PM EDT2014-03-27 17:48:47 GMT An Adams County man is headed to trial in the hit-and-run death of a Carroll Valley woman last year.
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All homicide victims are black in Ark. capital

Theyre solving their differences, whatever they may be about, with violence. Richardson said the rash of black-on-black crime should be treated by officials as an abnormality, and warned that not creating a sense of urgency surrounding the issue sends a disturbing message to a certain segment of our population. Its out of whack. Its disproportionate. Its unacceptable. It has to be treated as an aberration rather than a norm, Richardson said.
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Police investigate possible homicide in PRP

Officers Thursday were continuing to gather evidence at the home. A Eureka man was in custody Thursday, suspected of killing a relative and another man at a local residence, according to Eureka police.
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Man arrested in Eureka double homicide

(WHAS11) LMPD is investigating after a man was found dead in his home in the the 6700 block of Sylvania #4 Road in PRP. The police are calling this a homicide. WHAS11 has a crew at the scene and will bring you more information as it becomes available. News App:
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Police still searching for leads in 2006 homicide in which elderly woman’s body was set on fire in Steelton

Police are still seeking leads in the case. (Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office) View/Post Comments Authorities are still searching for new information in a 7-year-old homicide in which an elderly woman was strangled and set on fire in the garage of her Steelton home. Beulah G. Lawson, 79, was found dead in October, 2006 at her residence at 592 Lincoln Street.
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