ME removes body from Warren home; police on scene


Coroners from the state Medical Examiner's Office removed a body from a Child Street home that had been the scene of a police investigation for most of Friday afternoon.

Police Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle would not release details on the case. Police had been at the home since about 3 p.m., after receiving a rescue call from the 169 Child St. home. A neighbor said one of the first officers on the scene Friday afternoon had a weapon drawn when approaching the home. Tax records indicate the home is owned by Amelia Smith.

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This issue is breaking news for the Times, but thanks the PD hasn't given details as there may be family members that need to be informed before it is posted all over the front page.

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Thank you to the Warren Times for finally giving us the "breaking News!" Taking over where patch has left off!

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