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February 15, 1991 | Associated Press
A man named Valentine, distraught over his divorce, shot himself in the head with an arrow from a crossbow on Valentine's Day after chasing his ex-wife around her house with a knife, police said. Jeffrey Valentine, 32, died of a self-inflicted arrow wound to his head, the Lucas County coroner's office reported. Valentine showed up at his ex-wife's house at about 3 a.m. Thursday, police Sgt. Walt Biegala said. She let him in, and Valentine began chasing her with a knife.
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October 6, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A baby police say was cut from the womb of his slain mother left a Ravenna, Ohio, hospital with his grieving father, Jon Andrews, 23. The body of Andrews' wife, Theresa, was found buried in the dirt floor of Michelle Bica's garage, a few blocks away from the Andrews' home, and the baby was found inside Bica's house. The heavyset Bica, 39, told her husband that the baby was theirs and that she had given birth while he was working. The coroner said Andrews was shot once in the head; the .
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October 6, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A baby police say was cut from the womb of his slain mother left a Ravenna, Ohio, hospital with his grieving father, Jon Andrews, 23. The body of Andrews' wife, Theresa, was found buried in the dirt floor of Michelle Bica's garage, a few blocks away from the Andrews' home, and the baby was found inside Bica's house. The heavyset Bica, 39, told her husband that the baby was theirs and that she had given birth while he was working. The coroner said Andrews was shot once in the head; the .
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May 12, 2000 | From Associated Press
A man walked into a hospital, handed the admissions clerk a note saying he wanted to donate his organs and then shot himself in the head, police said Thursday. Greg Houston, 46, of Delaware was taken by helicopter to another hospital about 20 miles away in Columbus, where he was in critical condition Thursday, a hospital spokeswoman said. Houston walked into Grady Memorial Hospital's emergency room Wednesday night and handed an envelope to the clerk at the registration desk.
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November 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Hamilton County coroner has ruled that Cincinnati football player Andre Sherrod's death from a gunshot wound to the chest was a suicide. Sherrod, 23, shot himself in a dormitory room Sunday. The outside linebacker from New York had played Saturday, when Cincinnati lost, 30-19, to East Carolina in the Bearcats' final game of the season.
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May 12, 2000 | From Associated Press
A man walked into a hospital, handed the admissions clerk a note saying he wanted to donate his organs and then shot himself in the head, police said Thursday. Greg Houston, 46, of Delaware was taken by helicopter to another hospital about 20 miles away in Columbus, where he was in critical condition Thursday, a hospital spokeswoman said. Houston walked into Grady Memorial Hospital's emergency room Wednesday night and handed an envelope to the clerk at the registration desk.
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June 21, 1996 | Associated Press
Dr. Jack Kevorkian attended the suicide of an Ohio woman Thursday night, his lawyer said. It was his 31st such death, following by two days his attendance at the suicide of a Virginia woman with a brain tumor. Geoffrey Fieger, Kevorkian's attorney, identified the victim as Bette Lou Hamilton, 67. Her body was dropped off at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital by Jeanne Bogen, Hamilton's best friend, Thursday night, Fieger said.
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June 21, 1996 | Associated Press
Dr. Jack Kevorkian attended the suicide of an Ohio woman Thursday night, his lawyer said. It was his 31st such death, following by two days his attendance at the suicide of a Virginia woman with a brain tumor. Geoffrey Fieger, Kevorkian's attorney, identified the victim as Bette Lou Hamilton, 67. Her body was dropped off at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital by Jeanne Bogen, Hamilton's best friend, Thursday night, Fieger said.
SPORTS
November 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Hamilton County coroner has ruled that Cincinnati football player Andre Sherrod's death from a gunshot wound to the chest was a suicide. Sherrod, 23, shot himself in a dormitory room Sunday. The outside linebacker from New York had played Saturday, when Cincinnati lost, 30-19, to East Carolina in the Bearcats' final game of the season.
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February 15, 1991 | Associated Press
A man named Valentine, distraught over his divorce, shot himself in the head with an arrow from a crossbow on Valentine's Day after chasing his ex-wife around her house with a knife, police said. Jeffrey Valentine, 32, died of a self-inflicted arrow wound to his head, the Lucas County coroner's office reported. Valentine showed up at his ex-wife's house at about 3 a.m. Thursday, police Sgt. Walt Biegala said. She let him in, and Valentine began chasing her with a knife.
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