Teenagers to be charged with murder after father-of-three’s body was found tied up in bushland

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Two teenagers are expected to be charged with murder after the body of a father-of-three was found in bushland on the New South Wales south coast almost a fortnight ago, with an alleged gay hate crime being one line of inquiry.

Police believe Peter Keeley, 56, may have been using the gay dating app Grindr to meet with another person before his body was found by a dog walker in Broulee at about 4.50pm on February 2.

Man charged with murder after woman found dead at Timberland’s N.H. headquarters

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A 20-year-old man will be arraigned Monday on a murder charge after a woman was found dead at Timberland’s headquarters in Stratham, New Hampshire, authorities said.

The New Hampshire State Police and the Stratham Police Department responded to the outdoor wear company’s main offices around 4 p.m. Sunday, according to a statement from the office of Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald, which was also on scene.

Why Do The 911 Tapes From ‘Lost Girls’ Remain Hidden – Despite A Court Order?

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The upcoming Netflix film “Lost Girls” depicts the tragic death of Shannan Gilbert and her mother Mari Gilbert’s subsequent quest for the truth.

Shannan was a 24-year-old sex worker who was vanished on May 1, 2010 while seeing a client out on Oak Beach, Long Island. Before she disappeared, multiple panicked calls were made to 911. Gilbert estate lawyer John Ray told Oxygen.com one call was from Gilbert’s client Joseph Brewer, two were from neighbors and one – which is believed to be over twenty minutes long – was from Shannan herself. In that call, she allegedly screamed “They’re trying to kill me!” according to PIX11. It’s not clear who she was referring to.

Remains of Ariz. Girl, 11, Are Found in Parents’ Attic After She’d Been Missing for 2 Years

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An Arizona couple have been accused of keeping the body of their 11-year-old daughter, who was adopted, in their attic for more than two years.

On Jan. 28, Phoenix firefighters responded to the home of Rafael and Maribel Loera for a house fire. While inside the home, first responders discovered human bones, according to the Phoenix Police Department.

The body was hidden within the drywall of the home and found after the fire was extinguished, the Arizona Republic reports.