Crime Body found near Hwy. 169 ID'd

01:50  20 january  2020
01:50  20 january  2020 Source:   kare11.com

Fords Man, 35, ID'd In Fatal Woodbridge New Year's Day Fire

  Fords Man, 35, ID'd In Fatal Woodbridge New Year's Day Fire The body of Jedidiah Timm, 35, was found in a garage fire that broke out in the Fords section on the afternoon of New Year's Day.Jedidiah Timm, 35, of the Fords section of Woodbridge has been identified by the Middlesex County Regional Medical Examiner’s Office as the victim. The fire was reported in a garage on the 100 block of Poplar Street in the Fords section at 5:40 p.m. Jan. 1, in the area of Dunbar Avenue.

The man whose body was found many hours after a car crash in a Shakopee highway median late last week near the crash scene has been identified as Ryan W. Hobot is the person whose body was found Thursday afternoon in the median of Hwy . 169 near Canterbury Road, according to a military

The man’s body found in the median of a south metro highway Thursday afternoon may have been there for some time. Authorities were still trying to figure out how the body landed in the northbound median of Hwy . 169 near Canterbury Road in Shakopee, but it may have been related to a crash in

A man found dead Thursday afternoon along Highway 169 in Shakopee has been identified.

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The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office says Ryan Hobot, 22, of Eagan, was the person killed.

The BCA says someone called 911 shortly after 3 p.m. Thursday to report a possible body near Highway 169.

When Shakopee police officers arrived on scene, they located a deceased male.

Police shut down Highway 169 while officials investigated the scene.

The Medical Examiner's Office said Hobot's time of injury was on Wednesday, January 15 and that "the individual died of multiple blunt force injuries from a motor vehicle crash."

Police find man's body in bag, possibly connected to Germantown woman's death

  Police find man's body in bag, possibly connected to Germantown woman's death PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- Police say they found a man's body in Cobbs Creek on Wednesday, and it may be linked to a woman's stabbing death this week in Germantown. Philly police find man's body in Cobbs Creek that may be connected to another death listen to the audio Wednesday night, police say, they found the body of an Asian man with head and neck wounds in a black duffle bag near Cobbs Creek Parkway. The location happened to be very close to a foster home on Angora Terrace where 20-year-old Jimmy Mao was last seen before the new year. Police say the body hasn't been positively identified yet.

Highway 169 . Hwy 169 Belle Plaine and Jordan project location map. Click map for larger PDF version. Summary of work. Repair or replace concrete pavement on Hwy 169 from just south of Hwy 282 in Jordan to just north of Hwy 19 in Blakely Township.

Replacing the Hwy 169 bridge over Nine Mile Creek in Hopkins, Minnetonka and Edina. The bridge was replaced with a causeway, which is a raised road Constructing acceleration and deceleration lanes on Hwy 169 at Cedar Lake Rd. Removing access to and from southbound Hwy 169 at 16th St. in St

A three-car crash occurred near the same location on Wednesday just after 10:30 p.m., but officials have not yet said whether that crash is related to Hobot's death.

RELATED: State Patrol investigating death on Highway 169

No further information has been released by authorities.

The State Patrol and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating Hobot's death.

Body found after 5 snowmobilers crashed through Canada ice .
Canadian searchers on Friday found the body of one of five French snowmobilers whose machines fell through the ice of a frozen lake, police said. Their Canadian guide died when they crashed through ice while snowmobiling Tuesday evening in an area that is off limits to snowmobiles because the ice is thinner there. Police had already recovered six snowmobiles at the bottom of the lake near where the accident occurred, which prompted a pledge from provincial authorities to tighten safety measures on the use of the machines.

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