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Sheriff’s Office Probes Unattended Deaths

OSWEGO, NY – On July 23, at about 10:55 p.m., members of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a residence on County Route 11 in the Town of Parish on a report of an unattended death, according to Oswego County Undersheriff Eugene Sullivan.

Deputies searched the home and found three deceased people.

Each of the three did have injuries, but it has not been determined what caused them or if they played a part in the deaths.

The bodies will be taken to the Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s Office who will assist with positively identifying the bodies and determining a cause of death.

The investigation is continuing and anyone who may have any information can contact the Oswego Sheriff’s Office at 349-3411.

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