The family of Lori Pullin Lynn filed a lawsuit against several Liberty Twp. officials
The Trumbull County coroner even noted that the crime scene looked staged.
The Liberty Fraternal Order of Police No. 65 and Liberty Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association union released a statement Monday in light of a pending lawsuit against the township that names as defendants two trustees and policemen, including police Chief Toby Meloro
The daughters of the 60-year-old woman found dead, partially submerged in a Shannon Road pond in 2017, have filed a federal lawsuit against two township trustees and some members of the police department.
Lori Lynn was found face-down in a pond on her mother's property in August 2017.
The family of Loraine Lynn, a woman found dead in her mother’s pond on Shannon Road in August 2017, is still trying to collect information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of her killer.
Billboards are popping up around the Mahoning Valley offering a $20,000 reward to help track a killer. The body of Lori Pullin Lynn was found sometime after 7:00AM on August 2, 2017. She was face down in a pond with a riding tractor submerged in the water at her mother's Shannon Road home in Liberty. Authorities believe Lynn was actually murdered the day before, on August 1, 2017. Initially the case was believed to be accidental, but was later ruled a homicide. Accord...
Tearful accusations from a grieving family and assertions from supporters of the township’s new interim police chief clashed during a packed trustees meeting Monday night.
The initial report a private investigation firm sent to Liberty police in June reveals details on factors that may have been overlooked by the lead investigator in the Loraine Lynn death probe.
LIBERTY — Had police Capt. Toby Meloro "followed the video evidence to its logical conclusion" the investigation into the death of Loraine Lynn would have immediately been taken "into another direction," concludes an internal report released by the township today.
Loraine Lynn’s body was found face down in her mother’s pond on Shannon Road a year ago last week. Police initially believed it was an accident, until the coroner ruled her death a homicide in March. Her family, particularly her younger sister Diane Pullin, wants to know what happened to Loraine.
Liberty Township Police Chief Rich Tisone says one of his detectives and a state investigator are working “non-stop” as they look into the death of a woman originally thought to have been the result of an accident.