Authorities tape off a portion of car park near Pecos and Warm Springs roadways after 2 bodies were found May 22, 2017.( FOX5 audience submission). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-.
Medical examiners have actually recognized the bodies of two people discovered in the area of South Pecos and Warm Springs roadways Monday. According to the Clark County Coroner’s Office, a single person was identified as 86-year-old Clarence Diftler. The way of his death was ruled a suicide. The other person was determined as 84-year-old Margaret Diftler. The cause and manner of her death were pending more investigation.
Las Vegas City authorities said the 2 bodies were discovered next to a wall at 7385 of S. Pecos Rd. A call came in at 7:04 a.m.
Officer Laura Meltzer, of Metro, stated an initial examination showed the bodies might have been the result of a double suicide.
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The Clark County Coroner’s Workplace determined the body of a Las Vegas men and women found at Lake Mohave on Thursday.
As of Friday, medical examiners have not yet ruled on the cause of death for Jameson Kawika Pasigan, 18.
According to the National forest Service, Pasigan’s body was recuperated Thursday afternoon. Witnesses stated the man disappeared while swimming near Morning Star Cover after 3 p.m. The victim was not putting on a life vest, the Park Service said.
The National Park Service responded to the scene, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Rescue Dive Team recuperated the body.
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The lady whose body was found in a west valley parking lot Thursday evening has actually been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office Sunday.
She is 48-year-old Katerina Picerni.
Las Vegas cops located Picerni’s body inside a parked vehicle about 5 p.m. in a lot near the intersection of Rainbow and Charleston boulevards.
Cops did not define how long the body had actually been there or if bad deed was presumed.
The Clark County coroner’s workplace will release her cause and way of death.
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