|Two for Tuesday|
|News - News Blog|
|Written by Dani Schwinn|
|Tuesday, 17 July 2012 00:00|
This particular Tuseday is "Yellow pig day" I do not know why but none-the-less here are two stories for you...
Police investigate murder/suicide in Chardon
Dan Joivc Fox 8- Two people are dead following what Chardon Police are describing as a murder/suicide at a business along Route 44 on Tuesday morning. According to Lieutenant John Hiscox with the Geauga County Sheriff’s office, a male and a female were pronounced dead outside a business at 500 Center Street. Lt. Troy Duncan with the Chardon Police Department says that the deceased individuals were husband and wife, Frank Dobos, 44, and Monika Dobos, 40. Duncan says the couple was currently involved in a divorce. Duncan says gun shots were first fired around 9:36 a.m. in the parking lot of the business. Duncan says that several shots were fired from a semi-automatic pistol. A preliminary investigation revealed that Mr. Dobos shot Mrs. Dobos. The address of the shooting corresponds with the location of Cooke’s Service in Chardon.
Medical examiner say Lynn Jackenheimer was strangled and stabbed
Dan Jovic and Mark Zinni Fox 8- The Medical Examiners Office in Greenville, North Carolina has determined Lynn Jackenheimer died from being strangled and stabbed. At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon Dare County Sheriff J.D. Doughtie shared the medical examiner’s finding. “The Medical Examiners Office in Greenville, NC has finished the autopsy and has ruled the cause of death as strangulation and stab wounds,” said Doughtie. On Monday it was confirmed that Jackenheimer’s body was found in a remote area of North Carolina on Saturday afternoon. An arrest warrant has been issued for Jackenheimer’s estranged boyfriend Nathan Summerfield. “The warrant for Nathan Summerfield has been entered into NCIC, the national crime database, and he is listed nationally as a wanted person for this charge,” said Doughtie. “The US Marshals Office, Eastern District of North Carolina, has been notified and they are assisting the US Marshals Office in Ohio and the Ashland County Sheriff’s Office in locating Nathan Summerfield.” Jackenheimer, 33, disappeared earlier this month after vacationing in the Outer Banks with Summerfield, 27. According to investigators with the Ashland County Sheriff’s Department, Summerfield returned home to Ashland with her two children, ages 3 and 13, and confessed to his brother that he killed Jackenheimer. Summerfield then disappeared. “We’ve put out everything we have. I mean, we’ve contacted family members, locations for him, right now we’re in a holding pattern,” said Chief Deputy Roger Martin from Ashland County. If caught, Summerfield will face murder charges in Dare County, where Jackenheimer’s body was found, according to authorities. Summerfield was last seen driving a dark grey metallic 2009 Honda Civic. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call police. A fund has been set up in support of Jackenheimer’s two children. People can donate to the Lynn A. Jackenheimer Family Trust Fund at any Chase Bank branch.