Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018

A found seller killed inside a model home in Maryland

(IStock) Lynh Bui Reporter focuses on public safety and criminal justice. On December 6 at 12:54 pm, a real estate salesman was found dead in a model home in Maryland in an alleged homicide, according to police. Officers answering a 911 call shortly after 5 pm On Wednesday, 33-year-old Steven B. Wilson of Annapolis was traumatized by the 7500 block of Newmanstown Drive in Hannover, police said Anne Arundel County. Wilson was a sales and marketing representative who worked from the model house, the police said. He was declared dead on the scene. Police said evidence on the scene suggested that Wilson had been killed. Medical examiners are required to perform an autopsy on Thursday to determine the exact cause and manner of death. The investigators launched aerial searches and searches at the age of 9 in the house and surrounding neighborhood all night to "identify several pieces of evidence," the police said. The investigation remains "very active and fluid," police said. .

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