Friday, July 2, 2010

Two people found dead inside burning Dunwoody home - investigation on going..

Incident: Death Investigation
Date: 07/01/2010
Location: 1962 Peeler Road, Dunwoody, GA. 30346

The Dunwoody Police Department is investigating two deaths that occurred at 1962 Peeler Road, Dunwoody, GA. The DeKalb County Fire Department was dispatched at approximately 1118 hours to a house fire. Upon their initial investigation, the bodies of two victims were located within the residence.

The victims have not been positively identified, and the cause of death is unknown at this time.

The scene is still under investigation by the Dunwoody Police Detective Division, the DeKalb County Medical Examiner’s Office and the DeKalb County Arson Investigator. More information will be released once it becomes available.

If you have any information regarding this investigation, please contact Detective Curtis Clifton at (678)382-6912.


Dunwoody Mom said...

So, very, very sad.

According to Councilwoman Bonser, foul play is suspected.

Wishbone Nolan said...

Hey, I have a great idea! Let's be responsible adults, mentors to our children, and not some small town flibbertigibbets by spreading rumors about "foul play".

I'm sure Ms. Bonser is quite elated with you quoting what was probably something she shared with you, Ms. Linda Tripp, in confidence. Let the police do their work and let's not speculate here.

Dunwoody Mom said...

Speculate? Rumors? The fact that these tragic deaths are now considered foul play was all over the media outlets yesterday - which I where I saw Ms. Bonser provide the information. I'm sure if the police had asked her not to "confirm" what the media already knew, then she would not have done so.

The Dunwoody community, especially those of us who live in close proximity to where this tragedy occurred have a right to know if there are dangerous individuals in our midst.

Steve Barton said...

Let me add on Dunwoody Mom's side "yeah, yeah, Wishbone." (sarcastically, followed by ignoring your future complaints)

All the best,
Steve Barton
Dunwoody, Georgia

Wishbone Nolan said...

I don't understand your childish, "yeah, yeah, yeah". Since when is a Blog comment section the appropriate place to get the town fearful about an incident in which the commentator has no official access to the facts and possibly the victims' family would read this information there first as well?

When Mr. Heneghan provides information he has facts or documentation on his site to back it up. Not just a comment stating, "somebody said...".

Maybe you can be all giggly about how exciting this is and whisper "telephone" with the rest of your Babysitters Club, but this is a very very serious tragic matter and out of respect for the victim's family we should allow the very capable Dunwoody Police Department to do their job and let them to be the ones to disseminate the official update status reports.

Anonymous said...

Wishbone is spot-on. The police should be the only communicator of facts about its investigations.