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NCO Found Dead in Car at HAFB


The South Dade County News Leader

T. Sgt. Joseph B. Turner, 40, was found dead in his car in the parking lot at the NCO

open mess at Homestead Air Force Base, at 1:40 p.m. Sunday.

Death was believed due to natural causes, but an autopsy will be performed, an Air

Force spokesman said.

Sgt. Turner was a quality control ammunition inspector assigned to the 4531st Field

Maintenance Squadron. He had been at the Homestead base since April 16.

He was a veteran of 18 years Air Force Service and was a native of Livingston, Texas.

He is survived by his wife, Jeannette, and three children, Guy B., 10, Laura Fae, 9, and

Gregory Lee, 5, of Houston, Texas, and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Turner of

Livingston. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending the autopsy.

Probe into teen death continues

LIVINGSTON – Investigations continue in the death of a local youth found

hanging from a tree outside a residence on Wells Lane.

Timothy J. Beane, 17, was found by a friend at approximately 7: 50 a.m.

April 11, 2001, according to Detective Matt Parrish of the Livingston Police Department.

Commenting on the widespread rumors surrounding the case, Parrish said,

We’re considering this a death investigation and we’re working hand-in-hand with



the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office.”

At this point, we, nor the ME’s office, have found any indication of homicide or



physical evidence to support homicide,” Parrish said.

Preliminary results indicate the incident occurred some time during the previous night,

Parrish said.

Funeral services for Beane were held April 14, 2001.

POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE

November 16, 2006 Edition

WRECKS CLAIM TWO LIVES

LIVINGSTON – Traffic accidents have claimed two lives in Polk County this week

A one-car accident Wednesday morning claimed the life of 16-year-old Virginia

Rose “Ginny” Aubrey and seriously injured a passenger in the car, Ashley Aubrey, 15.

Both were students at Livingston High School.

The accident occurred at approximately 7:13 a.m. on FM 350, six miles north of

U.S. 190.

Ginny Aubrey was driving a Mitsubishi Eclipse southbound when the right tires

slipped off the road, according to Trooper Bobby Perry, who assisted Trooper

Sammy Lattner, the investigating officer, at the scene. The investigation showed

the driver attempted to get back on to the roadway, overcorrected and the car

began to slide sideways. The vehicle reportedly slid across the south and north-

bound lanes, struck a ditch, became airborne and struck a treehead-on. The car

later caught fire, but Lattner and others at the scene were able to get both

girls out of the vehicle before the fire reached the passenger compartment.

The driver was pronounced dead at the scene by Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace

Larry Whitworth. Her body was taken to Cochran Funeral Home, where services

were pending at press time. Ashely Aubrey was transported to Memorial Hermann

Hospital in Houston.

An account to help offset medical and funeral expenses for Ashley and Ginny has

been established at First National Bank in Livingston.

The Livingston Volunteer Fire Department, Texas Forest Service, Polk County

Department of Transportation assisted the highway patrol at the scene.
POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE

November 23, 2006 Edition

SECOND LIFE CLAIMED

LIVINGSTON – A traffic accident that occurred on the morning of Nov. 15 on FM 350

North has claimed a second life.

Fifteen-year-old Ashley Aubrey died Tuesday morning in Memorial Hermann Hospital in

Houston from injuries sustained in a one-vehicle accident that also claimed the life of her sister, Virginia Rose “Ginny” Aubrey, 16. Ginny was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

Ginny was driving a Mitsubishi Eclipse southbound, approximately six miles north of

U. S. 190, when the right tires slipped off the road and, as the driver tried to get back onto

the road, the car slid sideways across the road, struck a ditch, became airborne and struck a tree, according to Trooper Sammy Ladner.

Services for Ginny were held Sunday. Services for Ashley are pending at Cochran Funeral

Home. Both girls were students at Livingston High School, where the students have pitched

in to show support and to help raise money to offset funeral and medical expenses. A fund

has been established at First National Bank.

The family wants everyone to know how much we appreciate everything, everyone has done,” said the girls’ aunt, Elaine Bowen. “There has been an amazing outpouring of love



and support.”


2-year-old Found Hanging from Bunk Bed

{Copied from the I-Dineout.com website}

DAYTON, June 9, 2009 – A 911 call came into the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department at 10:10 AM today after a mother went into the bedroom of her residence and found her 2-year-old son handing from the slats of an upper bunk bed.

The boy’s mother immediately started CPR and when medic crews arrived they continued CPR rushing the boy to San Jacinto Methodist Hospital in Baytown.

The incident occurred on CR 4012 off County Line Road in far south Liberty County.

According to Corporal Hugh Bishop, Joe Darrell Bonanno, who would have been 3 years old in August, was pronounced dead at the hospital in Baytown. The boy’s mother is Anna Sheridan.

An autopsy will be performed at the Jefferson County Medical Examiners Office in Beaumont.

Sgt. Kenny Dagle, Michelle Watson and Don Leyland are investigating this incident for the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department.


Copied from the kshn.com website:

June 9, 2009

Child Dies:

In what can best be described as a bizarre incident, a 2-year-old boy died yesterday apparently because of hanging from the slats in an upper bunk bed.  Sheriffs department reports the mother, Anna Sheridan said when she awoke yesterday morning she found her son hanging by the slats in an upper bunk.  She began CPR, pausing to call for help. Liberty County EMS also attempted to revive the child. Joe Darrell Bonanno, age 2 1/2, was pronounced dead at San Jacinto Hospital in Baytown.  An autopsy was ordered and will be conducted by the Jefferson County Medical Examiners office. The incident remains under investigation.





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