Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 10

Homicide Investigation in Gwinnett County
Gwinnett County police found a woman’s body inside an apartment on 6800 Springs Lane in Peachtree Corners. Clayton County police received a phone call just before 2 a.m. that they transferred to Gwinnett County reporting a possibly deceased woman just before hanging up. Once the police arrived and found the woman she was deceased. The husband has been arrested in Birmingham, AL. and charged for the stabbing death of his wife.

Minnesota Man lived with dead bodies
Sixty-year-old Robert James Kuefler lived in his house in Minnesota along with the decomposing bodies of his mother and twin brother for over a year. The Washington Times reported that Kuefler said “he could not bring himself to report their deaths to authorities.” Kuefler is now being charged with interference with a dead body and/or scene of death. According to the Washington Times the White Bear Police Capt. Dale Hager said that the mother and brother both died of natural causes. The brothers body was “mummified” and the mothers decayed and skeletal.

Bangladesh builds enormous refugee camp
Bangladesh is working on building a camp that will house 800,000 Rohingya refugees fleeing from the violence and destruction in their home country. According to CNN, “the Rohingya have faced decades of persecution and targeted violence in Myanmar, but the recent attacks that began just over a month ago are of an entirely new scale and level of inhumanity.” There will be a 3000-acre camp at Kutupalog to accommodate them.