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· Suspect Is Arrested in Anime Studio Fire in Japan That Killed 36 →
“We will now focus on the suspect’s interrogation and pursue our investigation in order to fully examine the crime,” Toshiyuki Kawase, a police investigator, told reporters.
· US couple charged after child’s skeletal remains found in back yard →
Investigators say the couple had confined their daughter to a basement with nothing but bread and water for months, before her death in 2017.
· Coronavirus: Clothes touched by customers may need to be ‘quarantined’ as scientists say they don’t know how long virus can survive on fabrics →
Prof Keevil, principal investigator at Southampton’s microbiology unit, also warned that thorough hand-washing regimes would need to become part of every day life on the high street to help stop the spread of the virus.
· Johor police bust syndicate that sent drugs to Singapore via courier →
In the raids, investigators also froze three local bank accounts with amounts totalling RM85,616 that belonged to three individuals and are believed to be from drug-trafficking activities.
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· In ‘Perry Mason,’ Matthew Rhys Plays Defense →
Initially, he isn’t even a lawyer — he’s a squalid private investigator who snaps in flagrante photos when he’s not doing snoop work for a defense attorney, played by John Lithgow, with a foundering practice.
· Officers sacked in US after black man dies as policeman kneels on neck →
And police and prosecutors in Brunswick, Georgia allegedly covered up the killing of a young black jogger by the son of a retired investigator for local law enforcement.
· Troublemaking ‘lesion’ singled out in UV-caused skin cancer →
To overcome this problem, the investigators combined several approaches including photolyases that can selectively repair one type of lesion.
· Postal worker accused of attempted mail-in voter fraud in favour of Republicans →
Investigator Bennie Cogar said that Mr Warner’s office was contacted when the county clerk noticed ballot applications from people she believed were not Republicans.
· Shooting rampage at radio station, 3 slain →
Pol Lt Gen Apichart said investigators were still questioning witnesses and collecting evidence from the scene.
· Top-notch crime with plenty to say →
On the hunt for the missing Norcross, the amateur investigators relocate to the Grove Park Inn in Asheville.