The body of a Tallmadge man who died of natural causes Monday has remained unclaimed.
The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office are looking for family members of 66-year old Terrance Daly , who was found dead inside his apartment from an apparent heart attack.
The Beacon Journal reports numerous attempts at contacting Daly's family have been unsuccessful up to this point.
Spokesman Gary Guenther tells the newspaper Daly was employed as an inspector for Babcock and Wilcox and may be a father as well.
Anyone with information about Daly's family members is asked to call the Summit County Medical Examiner's Office.
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The Summit County Medical Examiner and the Akron Police Department are investigating a fatal traffic crash. A two car crash around 7:45 this morning on West Bath Road killed 77-year old Wayne Jones of Cuyahoga Falls.
Jones was transported by EMS to Akron City Hospital where he later died from his injuries.
The circumstances surrounding the accident are under investigation at this time.
The driver who died in a crash Monday morning in Tallmadge has been identified.
The Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office says 43-year old Kenneth Miller of Parma died of blunt force trauma to his head and body.
Authorities say Miller was driving a Chevy Astro van on Southeast Avenue near the Summit Racing Equipment parking lot when it left the road and struck a utility pole, several parked cars, and a tree.
He was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene.
The crash is still under investigation by the Tallmadge Police.
A single car crash early Sunday morning in South Akron killed the driver of the car.
It happened at just before 3 AM, according to the Summit County Medical Examiner's office.
They say the car went off the right side of Manchester Road and struck a building. The car then caught fire, and the unidentified driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
There are no reports of any injuries, and the building was not occupied.
Akron police tell AkronNewsNow that Manchester Road was closed after the crash, and reopened later in the morning.
The Medical Examiner's Office and the Akron Police Department are looking into the fatal crash.
The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office has a ruling on the shooting death of 4-year old Jamarcus Allen of Akron inside a car Wednesday morning.
Chief Investigator Gary Guenther says Jamarcus Allen died from a single gunshot wound to the head, ruling the 4-year's old's death a homicide.
Little Jamarcus was a passenger in a vehicle near S. Arlington St. and Davies Avenue when the incident occurred around 9:30 a.m Wednesday morning.
Akron Police say it appears the child got his hands on the gun and fired the shot that killed him, but Medical Examiner's investigator Guenther says they still haven't confirmed that.
"It's still unsure if Jamarcus shot himself accidentally or if he was shot by someone else," Guenther explained.
Police have charged 48-year old Terrance Allen with involuntary manslaughter, felony child endangering, and weapons under disability among other charges.
Akron Police say there was a gun in the car at the time of Jamarcus' death. Guenther said you can't leave a gun accessible to a 4-year old under any circumstances.
"It was negligent on the adult's part," he explains.
Terrance Allen remains in the Summit County Jail on $500,000 bond.
UPDATED 1:11 p.m. The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office has released the official cause of death of Barbara Wise, 65, of Massillon. She's the woman who was shot while in the intensive care unit (ICU) at Akron General last Saturday.
The cause was a gunshot to the head, and the case is ruled a homicide.
Prosecutors have been waiting for the report to determine charges her husband, John, 66, will face. Police said he carried a gun into the hospital and shot his wife while she lay in the ICU bed, in critical condition.
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(Summit County Medical Examiner) The autopsy has been completed on Barbara Wise, the 65 year-old female that was shot on August 4, 2012, while an inpatient at Akron General Medical Center.
The cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head. The manner of death is homicide.
Bond is set for the Massillon man accused of shooting his wife in the ICU at Akron General Medical Center.
NewsChannel 5 reports John Wise appeared in Akron Municipal Court on an aggravated attempted murder charge Tuesday. His bond was set at $1 million.
Police say the 66-year old entered the hospital Saturday and calmly walked into the Intensive Care Unit where he shot his critically ill wife, 65-year old Barbara Wise.
The charges could change pending autopsy results.
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The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office has identified a man killed in an overnight shooting outside of a nightclub.
He's being identified as 36 year-old Donnie Chatman of Akron.
The Medical Examiner's Office says Chatman's death was a homicide, caused by gunshot wounds to the chest.
The Akron Police Department says Chatman was shot multiple times in the parking lot of Club Wonder on West Bowery Street, at about 1:20 a.m. early Saturday. He was transported to Akron General Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at just after 5 a.m.
Police list his last known address on Blanche Street in Akron. The Medical Examiner's Office listed Chatman's address on Rhodes Avenue.
The case is still under investigation.
It's now official. A 68-year old Ellet man found dead in his home was a murder victim.
The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office conducted an autopsy Friday on the body of Leonard McHaddon and ruled that he was strangled to death.
McHaddon, of Ripley Avenue in Akron was found by his son shortly after 8:00 Thursday morning on the bedroom floor.
Later that day a man and woman were detained by Akron Police while driving McHaddon's missing car. They were being questioned
43-year old Shannon Mount, of Akron , who was driving the car, was charged with receiving stolen property...for having possession of the victim's car. The female passenger was not charged\
Detectives are continuing their investigation.
Summit County's Medical Examiner ruling the death of a Wooster infant a homicide.
Sheriff's Deputies say six month old Kylie Dawson of Wooster was life-flighted to Children's Hospital here after she was diagnosed with head trauma last week; an autopsy now rules the cause of death was blunt force trauma.
She died early Sunday morning.
(Summit County Medical Examiner) The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office and the Wayne County Sheriff's Department are investigating the death of Kylie Dawson, a 6 month old female from Millersburg Road in Wooster.
On May 17, 2012, Kylie was transported to Wooster Community Hospital where she was diagnosed with head trauma. She was subsequently life flighted to Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron where she later died from her injuries at 2:19 am, on May 20, 2012.
An autopsy was completed today and the cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head. The death has been ruled a Homicide.
Investigators are looking into the shooting death of a young Canton woman at an Akron house early Sunday morning....a shooting that could have been an accident.
The Summit County Medical Examiner's office says 19 year-old Precious Love of Girard Avenue SE in Canton was shot by another person at a home in the 600 block of Carlysle Street in Akron, at about 2:30 on Sunday morning.
She died of her injuries less than an hour later, at about 3:10 AM, after being transported to Akron City Hospital.
Love's best friend tells NewsChannel 5 that it was a tragic mistake. She says Love's boyfriend was playing with what everyone thought was an unloaded gun, when it went off when he pulled the trigger and struck Love in the chest.
Earlier Sunday, the Medical Examiner's office had called Love's death a homicide, and it's investigating the death along with the Akron Police Department.
An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.
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