Deaths Of People Found Shot In Park Considered Homicides
June 6, 2019 11:22AM EDT
(ONN) – A medical examiner says the bodies of two people found in a Cleveland park were both shot in the head and their deaths are considered homicides.
Officials with Cleveland Metroparks provided no additional details at a briefing about the deaths of 40-year-old Carnell sledge, of North Olmsted, and 33-year-old Katherine Brown, of Fairview Park.
Their bodies were found Tuesday by kayakers at the Rocky River Reservation, which is near Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Authorities have not said how the man and woman knew each other.
Authorities said this is an isolated incident, and the parks are safe.