A 43-year-old man, Kenneth Michael Eva, was found lifeless in a shipping container behind his Pierce Township home. His fiancée discovered the body when she checked on him after his boss reported that he did not report to work.
Dead Body in Shipping Container
Eva was able to say goodbye to his fiancée when she left for work on Nov. 8. Eva’s fiancée got a call from his boss saying he didn’t show up to work, so she went to check on him.
When the woman arrived at his home, she discovered Eva lifeless and bleeding inside a shipping container; she dialed 911. She told 911 to come quickly because blood was everywhere at the crime scene, according to a source.
At around 9:45 a.m., police and firefighters arrived at the home and discovered Eva’s dead body. According to the investigation, a sharp weapon was used to kill the victim, and multiple lacerations were discovered on the victim’s body, causing blood to be everywhere at the crime scene. The case is being investigated as a homicide, but no arrests have been made.
Dead Body Wrapped in Plastic
In another news, on Nov. 16, police officers in Parma responded to a report of domestic violence in a home. After the argument, a woman was taken to the hospital, and the homeowner was arrested.
According to the police, a family member of the homeowner went to the house later that morning to remove guns. While there, the relative discovered a body wrapped in plastic in the basement and called the cops.
Ryan Alan Krebs, who went missing on August 25th, was identified as the victim. According to police, the victim appeared to have been dead for “some time.” The police said that Krebs was shot multiple times.
According to police, the homeowner, Paul Addicott II, was detained and charged with murder. A $1 million bond was set for him.
According to police, Addicott and Krebs do not have a known relationship. A probe is still being conducted.