Police investigating homicide of 2 men in Greensboro home

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Police are investigating the discovery of two deceased men at a home Tuesday afternoon and say the incident is being looked at as a homicide. 

The discovery was made around 2:20 p.m. in the 3900-block of Overland Heights off Merritt Drive.

The bodies have been identified as Hispanic males and both were identified as adults.

Police have not released the names of the deceased pending notification of next of kin.

Greensboro Police Chief Ken Miller said officers responded to the same home on Dec. 14 regarding an assault that was not domestic related.

Greensboro police responded to the scene on a check welfare call. 

No further details are currently available.


  • Cripes A Mighty

    Seriously, there is often a complete lack of effort put into these stories and I can’t see how they think this is informative to their readers. If you can’t do journalism, get out of the business.

  • FaithC

    I have to agree Greensboro is a cesspool with more and more low life scum committing crimes every day.
    The powers that be in Greensboro must know this yet they are putting extra police on Battleground Ave. to control traffic instead of cleaning up the city.

  • Billy

    My favorite is when the cops were dressed as construction workers to catch speeders coming home from work on Wendover.

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