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CrimeCentral Park Pool Death Deemed Homicide, Police Say

19:45  07 august  2019
19:45  07 august  2019 Source:

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A man has been found dead near a pool in Central Park . Authorities tell CBS2 a camp counselor found the body around 11 a.m. on an observation deck at Lasker pool The NYPD is now treating the death as “suspicious” and believe the victim was a Hispanic man in his 30s.

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CENTRAL PARK, NY — Investigators have deemed the death of a man who was found suffering head injuries near Central Park's public pool a homicide, police announced Wednesday.

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The man, who has not been identified, was found shortly after 10:30 a.m. near Lasker Pool and East 106th Street in the northeast corner of Central Park, police said. EMS pronounced him dead on the scene, said police.

Officers were called to the pool after camp counselors who arrived at the facility Tuesday morning for work discovered the man's body, police said. Investigators believe the victim may have been homeless.

No suspects have been identified and the NYPD investigation remains ongoing, police said. The city medical examiner will conduct an autopsy and rule on the man's official cause of death.

Lasker Pool remained open Tuesday despite the nearby crime scene. The pool is open to the public daily during the summer from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to the Parks Department.

Homicide suspect fled into Lake Michigan when approached by police.
MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – The suspect in a Muskegon County homicide Thursday ran into Lake Michigan when approached by police officers, who later was convinced to surrender. That’s according to the Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office, which is investigating the homicide that occurred in Twin Lake north of Muskegon. Deputies were called to a home on Meeuwenberg Road in Twin Lake where they found a man who had died from gunshot wounds, according to a press release issued on Thursday, Aug. 15. © Kayla Renie | Renie |

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