Michael A. Mariant/ AP In this March 15, 2005 file image, Pop star Michael Jackson leaves the Santa Barbara County Court house with his dad, Joe, in Santa Maria, Calif., following a day of testimony in Jackson’s trial on charges of child molestation. Joe Jackson, the patriarch of America’s most popular musical clan has died, says a family source on Wednesday, June 27. He was 89.
Monday, July 2, 2018|7:14 p.m.
LOS ANGELES– Jackson household patriarch Joseph Jackson has been buried in the very same Southern California cemetery as his late child Michael.
A source near to the family who is not authorized to speak publicly stated Joe Jackson was laid to rest Monday in a private event at Forest Yard Memorial Park in Glendale.
Jackson died Wednesday in Las Vegas at age 89 and is survived by spouse Katherine, eight children and dozens of grandchildren.
Eldest kid Jackie Jackson published an image of himself on Instagram Monday afternoon in a black fit and sunglasses while dressing one of his young twin boys in a similar fit.
Michael Jackson was entombed in 2009 in the mausoleum at the luxurious cemetery that is also the last resting location of Elizabeth Taylor and Walt Disney.
Monday, Nov. 6, 2017|8:52 a.m.
RENO– Reno cops are investigating damage to numerous headstones in an obvious attack of vandalism at a historical cemetery near the UNR campus.
Authorities say a minimum of four headstones at Hillside Cemetery were harmed late Saturday or early Sunday. The markers date to the 1800s and are considered of historic value.
Authorities estimate the damage in the range of $15,000 to $20,000.
The cemetery is the last resting location for a number of the location’s early pioneers, consisting of a congressman and Paiute Chief Johnson Sides, who worked as an interpreter and “peacemaker” for the U.S. Army.
The cemetery’s owner stimulated debate in 2015 when he announced plans to collect 1,000 graves and transfer them to make space for development. The strategies were put on hold in the face of opposition from member of the family and local homeowners.
The guy whose body was found by a construction worker near a central valley cemetery in July died from a meth overdose, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Manuel Henry Trujillo, 43, of Las Vegaspassed away from methamphetamine intoxication, staff stated Friday. His death was ruled an accident.
Las Vegas police stated Trujillo’s body was discovered July 22 by a construction worker throughout the street from Woodlawn Cemetery, near the crossway of Owens Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard.
Police were investigating his death as a homicide.
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