Homicides, “unexplained deaths”, road fatalities… and the shooting ducks!
Posted by te2ataria on May 7, 2016
[Foreword: The dichotomy between the dead and the living is often a difficult concept for our police to fathom. On the other hand, the victims of “dubious deaths” in NZ might be among those who would be earmarked for statistical resurrection.]
Another murder in Wellington: Woman, 37, killed by another woman also aged 37
The victim, who was newly married, was found dead on Friday night at a house in the Wellington suburb of Strathmore Park, police said. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/79732026/woman-charged-with-murder-following-strathmore-park-incident
New Zealand [heavily-manipulated] rates for assaults, sexual assaults and robberies in 2015 mapped
Statistics New Zealand population-based data were used to map the number of crimes recorded by police in 2015. [Only] 24,035 of the violent crimes in New Zealand in public places were reported/ registered last year. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/79704084/New-Zealand-rates-for-assaults-sexual-assaults-and-robberies-in-2015-mapped
Not Shot by Police – they are disappointed
Police ‘disappointed’ as three shot by the ducks
Police say the shooting of three hunters on the opening day of duck hunting season is “disappointing”.
The first incident happened at 7.45am when a man, in his 30s, was shot in the hand. The man was flown to Christchurch Hospital from Lismore.
Only 15 minutes later, a 55-year-old man was hit in the eye by a shotgun pellet [in] Akitio on the east coast of the lower North Island.
At 9.20am a 9-year-old boy was shot in the foot at a rural home near Inglewood in Taranaki. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/79731122/Police-disappointed-as-three-shot-on-opening-day-of-duck-hunting-season
Man in critical condition after being shot in the stomach in south Auckland
A man has described being woken by the sound of a gun firing, before finding a fellow tenant gripping his stomach as blood poured from a gunshot wound. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/79731663/Man-in-critical-condition-after-being-shot-in-the-stomach-in-south-Auckland
Man found dead after Milton house fire was a ‘gentleman’ boss says
A man found dead after a house fire in Milton, Otago was a “gentle, honest and reliable” person
Dead man found in Nelson public toilets [No gentleman?]
A group of Nelson community workers on their lunch break discovered a body in public toilets at Branford Park on Maitai Rd, on Saturday afternoon.
A person from the group found a man unresponsive on the toilet floor. “His pants were at his ankles, with his eyes and mouth open.”
Fatal crashes: Only two reports allowed on Saturday!
[And one of the victims may even be resurrected by police…]
[Defective] Car goes out of control, crashes into Waikato River, one “believed” dead while second occupant escapes
Counties Manukau – “One person is believed dead after a car crashed into the Waikato River at Mercer this afternoon,” police said. [The dichotomy between the dead and the living is often a difficult concept for our police to fathom. On the other hand…]
“Police were called to Riverside Road Mercer near Roose Road at about 1:30 pm after the car went into the river.
“A passenger managed escaped [here we go again, read “managed to escape”] from the car however the driver did not get out. [So the driver is only “believed dead”, instead of being dead, possibly because this latest victim of “dubious death” was earmarked for statistical resurrection by police.]
“The car is now fully submerged and Police are using a boat to stablize [the elite police are trained to spell “stabilise” in the same way they pronounce the word] the car and are attempting to recover the driver.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/41697
Fatal Crash – State Highway 29 Lower Kaimais
A fatal motor vehicle crash occurred on State Highway 29 Lower Kaimais (in the vicinity of Poripori road) at 1.30 pm Saturday 07/05/16, police said.
A large truck and car crashed. The driver of the car [believed to be an overseas visitor] was pronounced [definitely] dead at the scene.
Seriously-injured quad biker airlifted to hospital after being attacked by deer