TetraPak heir’s wife died from ‘dependent abuse’ of drugs, says coroner She had been dead for two months. Her body was discovered — lying under ... Hans Kristian Rausing told the inquest in a written statement that he had concealed his wife's body because “I could not cope with her dying or confront the reality of her ... 12/14/2012 - 1:06 am | View Link
Body of TetraPak heir's wife was under pile of clothes Hans Rausing, an heir to the Tetra Pak packaging fortune, appeared in court in west London, looking frail, to face charges that he prevented the "lawful and decent" burial of his 48-year-old wife Eva, who was found dead on July 9. The court was ... 07/18/2012 - 5:44 am | View Link
TetraPak family fortune tainted by scandal as heir’s wife found dead in London home Heralded as one of the most novel inventions in food packaging, the TetraPak name is now wrapped up in the death of the wife to the company’s heir, following a string of scandals that have plagued the billionaire family for decades. Developed by Sweden ... 07/11/2012 - 10:31 am | View Link
TetraPak Heir’s Wife, Eva Rausing, Found Dead In Home Eva Rausing, wife of TetraPak heir Hans Kristian Rausing, was found dead in the couple’s west London home on Tuesday. British police also report that a man has been arrested in connection with the case. The Washington Post reports that an autopsy had ... 07/10/2012 - 3:25 pm | View Link
TetraPak heir's wife found dead in London Investigators were conducting further tests Wednesday in a bid to shed light on the death of Eva Rausing, one of Britain's richest women, whose body was found in her west London home. Her husband, Hans Kristian Rausing, has been arrested in connection with ... 07/10/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Walhalla Police Chief Ronald Wilbanks says 25-year-old Joshua Charles Campbell of Mountain Rest is being treated at Greenville Memorial Hospital for a head injury.
Campbell had been in jail since Sunday on charges including petty larceny, shoplifting, burglary, and receiving stolen goods.
Virginia mental health officials are introducing changes in 2014 to ensure that hospital beds will be available for people who pose a danger to themselves or others.
The promised new protocols follow the Nov. 19 death of a Virginia state senator's son less than one day after he had been released from emergency custody.
The revised policies and protocols, to be issued Jan.
The death of a 20-year-old woman whose body was found on a footpath behind a Worcester home has been ruled a homicide.
Police say a positive identification has not yet been made, but they do not think the death was a random act.
The Telegram & Gazette (http://bit.ly/IURDSC ) reports that according to court documents, the woman had been beaten and then the body burned.
A Warwick business has received initial state approval to become the first Rhode Island business to help patients seeking to join the state's growing medical marijuana program.
The state allows marijuana use by certified patients for relief from chronic pain, cancer, HIV, AIDS, severe nausea and other ailments.
A southwestern Illinois man is facing drunken driving charges for a fatal crash that killed five people.
The Southern Illinoisan reports (http://bit.ly/1jtu8gV ) Darrell G. Delong was charged with five counts of aggravated driving under the influence and one count of reckless homicide for the Nov. 23 wreck in McLeansboro.
A woman who was convicted of assisting in her mother's killing has left prison after serving 15 years.
Prosecutors said her mother had planned to send the teen to a Christian boarding school for troubled girls.