CLEVELAND (AP) — An Ohio coroner has concluded that the man and woman whose bodies were found at a Cleveland apartment complex died of gunshot wounds and other injuries.
The Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH’-guh) County Medical Examiner’s Office on Tuesday released the manner and causes of death of the two Cleveland people.
The coroner determined that 54-year-old Earl Norman died of gunshot wounds to the head and chest with brain, skeletal and visceral injuries. The coroner said 39-year-old Monica Curry died of gunshot wounds to the head and left upper extremity with skull and brain injuries.
Both deaths were ruled homicides.
A postal worker on Monday spotted Norman’s body outside the apartment building just east of downtown Cleveland. Officers called to the scene found Curry’s body inside.