Authorities Investigating 2 Fatal Shootings at County Park


CLEVELAND (AP) – A medical examiner says two people found slain in a county park outside Cleveland were both shot in the head and their deaths are considered homicides.

Cleveland Metroparks Chief Ranger Katherine Dolan provided no additional details at a briefing Thursday about the slayings of 40-year-old Carnell Sledge, of North Olmsted, and 33-year-old Katherine Brown, of Fairview Park.

Their bodies were found Tuesday by kayakers at the Rocky River Reservation.

Authorities have not said how Sledge and Brown knew each other.

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