According to police, the incident happened inside a home in the 1200 block of Summit Avenue around 1 a.m.
The coroner was called to the scene around 3:30 a.m.
The victim has not been identified at this time.
Neighbors said the home’s residents had only been living there for a few weeks.
Police are expected to release more details today.
The original 911 call was for a disturbance. Law enforcement sources say she was heavily intoxicated when a family member called. Heather, who we’re told was extremely agitated, punched a responding deputy who was trying to separate Heather from members of her family.
Paramedics arrived and, while putting her on the gurney, she kicked an EMT.
Heather was taken to a hospital to get checked out and then was taken to jail where she was booked. She’s being held on $20,000 bail.
Locklear was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold last week after allegedly choking her mom and attacking her dad.
Deputies said they had no leads, no suspect and no motive, KCBS Los Angeles reported
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. — For as long as most residents can remember, smoking marijuana has been a part of life here. The fact that California legalized the practice in January went practically unnoticed in this quiet town a half-hour’s drive north of San Francisco, where some say the normalization of America’s marijuana culture got its start.
For Quintin Pohl and other teenagers before him, smoking pot was a rite of passage. It was a diversion from the loneliness he felt at home when his parents were splitting up and a salve for middle-school angst. It was his entire social life in seventh and eighth grades, he said, when social life is everything.
Even though nearly all his friends were using marijuana and seeming to enjoy it, Pohl said, at some point his marijuana use took a turn he never saw coming: He became addicted.
Many people are unaware of marijuana addiction. But in the public health and medical communities, it is a well-defined disorder that includes physical withdrawal symptoms, cravings and psychological dependence. Many say it is on the rise, perhaps because of the increasing potency of genetically engineered plants and the use of concentrated products, or because more users are partaking multiple times a day.
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Rose was fatally shot by East Pittsburgh Officer Michael Rosfeld on Tuesday after fleeing a traffic stop. Shauny Mary, who recorded the encounter, said that the officer did not have a reason to shoot Rose.
The 23-year-old Mary said she saw a passenger door “open up” and two people attempt to run away.
“The [officer’s] gun is pointed toward the vehicle and you see two kids flee from the car,” Mary told ABC News. “Then three shots.” She said her “heart stopped” when she heard the shots.
“My heart fell out of my chest,” she told ABC News. “What was that for? Why was that needed?”
New York police are seeking the public’s help identifying a group of males believed to be connected to the “brutal” stabbing that led to the death of a 15-year-old boy in the Bronx earlier this week.
Authorities on Friday released surveillance video related to Wednesday’s attack showing several males entering a store in the New York City borough. Police identified the victim as Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, according to a news release.