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Death by fire

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LRPD officers responding to a 3 a.m. fire today at Dartmoor Drive and Mann Road found the body of a woman on fire. Details sketchy.

LRPD REPORT

 2009- 112441 – HOMICIDE

SUSPECT – UNKNOWN
VICTIM – UNKNOWN, B/F, 20’S
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 9-30-09 AT 0300 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION – 9600 BLOCK OF DARTMOOR DRIVE
 
Officers responded to the area of Mann Road and Dartmoor Drive to assist the fire department.  A refused complainant called 911 and advised that there was a fire on Dartmoor Drive at Mann Road.  Officers located a black female lying in the roadway on fire.  The fire department arrived and extinguished the fire.  The victim appeared to be a in her twenties.  Homicide Detectives and CSSU responded to the scene.  The coroner’s officer took possession of the victim for autopsy.  The identity of the victim is unknown at this time. No motive or suspects at this time.


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