•   
  •   
  •   

Crime Human remains found in Marion County, officials say

19:05  04 february  2020
19:05  04 february  2020 Source:   wesh.com

1 dead, others injured in Campbell County crash involving charter bus with CovCath students

  1 dead, others injured in Campbell County crash involving charter bus with CovCath students One person has died and others were injured in a crash with a car and a charter bus carrying Covington Catholic students.Campbell County police confirmed the bus was coming from the March for Life in Washington, D.C., when the bus and a vehicle crashed on the AA Highway and California Crossroads intersection around 7 a.m.. The driver, and only occupant of the vehicle, died.

Deputies have discovered human remains in Marion County, according to officials with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office.

a close up of a person: WESH 2 News© MCSO WESH 2 News

On Saturday, February 2, deputies with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office received a tip regarding the possibility of human remains being buried in the backyard of a residence in the Highlands.

Sign up for our Newsletters

Deputies and detectives with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to the home and the remains of a man have been recovered from the property, WESH 2 News has learned.

The investigation is still active and ongoing.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information to please contact Detective Simpson, of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit, at (352)-368-3586, or to remain anonymous, people can contact Crime Stoppers of Marion County at (352)-368-STOP.

READ THE FULL STORY:Human remains found in Marion County, officials say

CHECK OUT WESH:Stay in the know with the latest Orlando news, weather and sports. Get the top stories and all the scores from the team at WESH.

Why the City of Chicago won't drop civil lawsuit against Jussie Smollett despite new criminal indictment: Report .
The former Empire star finds himself in an awkward and potentially impossible position as both cases move forward.On Feb. 11, the former "Empire" star was indicted by a special prosecutor on six counts of disorderly conduct for falsely reporting an assault in 2019 -- a move that comes nearly a year after an initial set of charges against Jussie was controversially dropped.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!