Woman dies after being found in car with gunshot wound to head

Near the corner of East Smith Road and North Sable Boulevard in Aurora, the body of a female who had been shot in the head was discovered.

At 6:11 a.m., a call was made to the police about a woman who was reportedly lying in the middle of the road. When police arrived, they discovered the woman dead from a gunshot wound to the head.

The shooting occurred on Monday morning between 4 and 6 a.m. near the intersection of East Smith Road and North Sable Boulevard, according to investigators. The Aurora Police Department is currently looking into the incident, but no arrests have been made at this time.

The woman will be identified and the cause and manner of her death will be determined by the Adams County Coroner’s Office. Call 303-739-6982 to speak with Detective Knight or 303-739-6213 to speak with Detective Graw if you witnessed the shooting or were in the area between 4 and 6 a.m. on Monday. Metro Denver Crime Stoppers takes anonymous tips at 720-913-7867.

A Homicide Investigation Initiated After A Woman With A Gunshot Wound Was Discovered In A Car

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reports that a woman was found shot to death in a vehicle in Harrison Twp. on Thursday morning. At 2:30 a.m., deputies were dispatched to the 4000 block of Saylor Street on a report of an unresponsive person.

It’s been a while; I was sleeping at the time, but my girlfriend told me she heard gunshots and saw a car speed off. According to a 911 call obtained by News Center 7 through a public records request, the driver heard “three or four shots,” and then the car “sped off.”

A Homicide Investigation Initiated After A Woman With A Gunshot Wound Was Discovered In A Car

The caller stated, “I just went out there, and it looks like somebody’s slumped over in the car, the car is running, one of the headlights, park lights is on, the back door is open, and the driver’s side window is busted out.”

According to Montgomery County Sheriff Rob Streck, who was interviewed by Candace Price of News Center 7, deputies discovered a female victim who had been shot multiple times inside the vehicle. Streck speculated that there might have been a defensive fire because of the appearance of gunfire. She took a bullet to the brain.

After transporting the victim to Kettering Health Dayton, doctors there confirmed her death. Taylor Johnson, 21, of Dayton, was later determined to be the victim by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. According to the sheriff’s office, they are treating the shooting as if it were a murder case.

There were multiple shots fired, and it’s clear that those shots were fired by someone else, according to the evidence at the scene, Streck said.

At this time, the investigation has not resulted in any arrests. We simply need to know who else was riding along in that car. Please tell us what they saw. We’re curious if anyone in the area noticed anything,” Streck said. Even a tiny thing might make a big difference for us.

Police Update The Story Of A Woman Whose Body Was Discovered In A Car After A Shooting

WECT-TV reports that in SHALLOTTE, North Carolina, a man was shot and killed. The woman whose car was discovered on the side of the road in Shallotte, North Carolina on March 25 has been identified by police. The victim was a woman named Porsha Marie Lloyd, 25 years old. Before she passed away, her family in Mebane reported her missing.

Police Update The Story Of A Woman Whose Body Was Discovered In A Car After A Shooting

Before closing the case, police are awaiting results from the State Crime Lab to determine whether or not the gunshot wound was self-inflicted. The firearm that was discovered in Lloyd’s car was legally hers to possess. According to the investigation, Lloyd’s family filed a missing person report after receiving disturbing text messages from her.

At 4:30 a.m. on March 25, officers in Shallotte were notified of a problem involving Lloyd after receiving reports of a vehicle stuck in a ditch near West Brunswick High School. The responding officer located Lloyd and her 24-year-old half-sister, Destiny Scott. The women claimed at the time that everything was fine and that they had veered off the road to avoid a deer. They informed the police officer that they had already spoken with their insurance provider and did not require assistance. When the thirty minutes were up, the police officer left.

Two hours later, a garbage truck driver pulled over and discovered Lloyd dead from a gunshot wound to the head and Scott so drunk that she was on the verge of passing out. An ambulance rushed Scott to the emergency room.

Lloyd’s first contact with the police in Shallotte occurred when the DCI Network, which could have notified authorities that she was missing, was unavailable. Cory McLamb, a detective with the Shallotte Police Department, has said that the department’s database is taken down daily between 4 and 5 a.m. for maintenance.

McLamb claims that even if they had checked, her name might not have shown up in their system unless the family specifically mentioned that she might be in Brunswick County. According to McLamb, the BOLO (Be on the Lookout) order is typically only issued to the counties neighboring the location where the person is reported missing.

Conclusion

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers, however, asked for a vehicle description and license plate number before the officer left the scene. That’s done routinely so that different responders aren’t sent to the same scene more than once.

The officer apparently gave the wrong license plate number, so the sheriff’s office didn’t know the female driver had vanished. The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office claims that dispatchers would have been made aware that the driver was “missing, endangered, suicidal” if the correct license plate number had been provided.

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