A teenage girl found carrying a dead fetus in a shopping bag at a Manhattan lingerie store is headed toward trial on a shoplifting charge.
An autopsy of a fetus found in a teenage girl’s shopping bag at a New York City lingerie store was inconclusive, and more tests will be needed to determine how the fetus died, the city medical examiner’s office says.
Autopsy results remained inconclusive for a young woman who was found dead in a Columbia University residence hall this past weekend.
A 4-year-old boy was found dead inside an apartment at 1035 East Boston Post Road on Monday morning. Police said the boy’s mother was charged with his murder later that night.
Ocean County prosecutors say that health issue and the head injury both led to her death, and she may have been dead for about a week before her body was found Thursday morning in her home at a gated senior community in Lakewood.
Coroner’s officials say they will not release any information on an autopsy performed Sunday at the request of police detectives investigating the singer’s death.
Englewood police said there is no evidence of any foul play, but they’ll conduct autopsies on both the father and son just to be sure.
The NYPD said an autopsy was conducted on 28-year-old Anthony Allen. He was found Wednesday afternoon near Avenue D and Remsen Avenue.
Henry Cho of Chatsworth, Calif, was visiting relatives in East Brunswick when he borrowed a canoe to go fishing on Farrington Lake on Saturday.
Michael Burris, 27, fell and hit his head in his Millville home on July 31. Responders said in a report they restrained him because he was combative.
The medical examiner said Jenna Lord’s body sustained significant decay while exposed to the elements.