Vermont State Police are investigating the death of a man discovered Sunday as a homicide.

A North Adams man has been accused of murdering his wife.

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Investigators remain at an apartment house in Troy, New York where the bodies of four people were found.

Police in Troy are investigating what they say appears to be a quadruple homicide after four bodies were discovered in a basement apartment in the city’s Lansingburgh section. Police roped off the area around the house on Second Avenue on Tuesday after receiving a call shortly before 1 p.m. Troy Police Captain Daniel DeWolf, speaking on WNYT, says the property manager first discovered the bodies.

   David Simon is best known as creator of HBO's The Wire which chronicled the story of Baltimore's police department and its gangs. A former reporter for The Baltimore Sun, Simon is also known for his NBC police procedural Homicide: Life on the Streets. The show was based on his book, Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets.

This week he spoke at Williams College, presenting a lecture entitled "The Audacity of Despair."

Police in North Greenbush say a suspect  is being held as the investigation into the deadly stabbing attack on Troy Director of Operations William Chamberlain continues.


Police say a 55-year-old woman found dead in the basement of a Schenectady apartment house was the victim of a homicide.

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Woman in VT Teacher's Death is Little-Known

Mar 30, 2012

Vermont townspeople say they don't know much about a woman who married an area resident and is now charged in a teacher's bizarre killing.  WAMC's Tristan O'Neill reports...

Patricia Prue and husband Allen are accused of luring Melissa Jenkins with a ruse about a broken-down car, killing her and throwing her body in a river.

Waterford Town Clerk Joanne Jurentkuff says Allen Prue's family has had hard times but they weren't "bad news."

Patricia Prue married Allen last year.

Snow Plow Driver, Wife Charged in VT Woman's Death

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Court documents say a Vermont snow plow driver and his wife lured a beloved prep school teacher from her home by pretending their vehicle had broken down and they needed help, and then strangled her before throwing her body in a river.  WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley reports…

The only motive suggested in the court documents filed in the case against 30-year-old Allen Prue and his 33-year-old wife Patricia Prue, of Waterford, was that Allen Prue told police he wanted to "get a girl" on Sunday night.

Police Say Body Is That of Missing VT Teacher

Mar 28, 2012

Vermont State Police say an autopsy has confirmed that a body found off a back road is that of a prep school teacher who disappeared while her son was left unharmed in her idling car.  WAMC's Tristan O'Neill reports...

Police say the death 33-year-old Melissa Jenkins has been ruled a homicide. Police have not released the cause of death.

Jenkins was reported missing Sunday night. Police found her car not far from her St. Johnsbury home. There was evidence of a struggle.

The body was found Monday.