Murder detectives found out the bodies of two men and women at the house of a gentleman who died from a self-inflicted neck wound right after a police chase Tuesday, a Suffolk police formal claimed.
Det. Lt. Kevin Beyrer, the commanding officer of the Suffolk County Police Department’s Murder Squad, claimed a Fifth Precinct COPE officer tried to pull about the driver at the intersection of Route 112 and Montauk Highway in East Patchogue about 10 a.m.
The person drove absent about 30 mph, Beyrer said, and at one issue pulled more than to enable a passenger get out. The car continued north on Washington Avenue when the officer saw what Beyrer explained as “furtive movements” inside of the vehicle.
A short time, afterwards the motor vehicle crashed into a utility pole in front of 132 Washington Ave. The officer ran to the motor vehicle and observed that the gentleman was bleeding profusively from the neck. The officer pulled the male from the car or truck, known as for an ambulance and administered very first help but the gentleman was pronounced dead at the scene, Beyrer claimed.
The driver, whose id is not becoming produced pending notification of upcoming of kin, had slit his own throat, in accordance to law enforcement.
Police tentatively identified the man as a resident of a home on Doane Avenue in Bellport. Murder detectives entered the residence soon after no person answered the door and located the physique of a male and a woman. Beyrer said they appeared to be linked.
An autopsy will be performed by the Suffolk County Clinical Examiner’s Office to ascertain the cause of loss of life and detect the victims.