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McMinnville Police Investigate Homicide Involving Local Man

Anyone with information or questions about this incident is asked to call Detective Toby Carver at (503) 435-4511.

Homicide investigation
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(MCMINNVILLE, Ore.) - McMinnville Police are investigating the homicidal death of 60-year old Dennis Ross, who lived at 1627 NW 6th Street. Captain Dennis Marks with McMinnville Police, says officers were sent to the man's residence for a welfare check Saturday, just after 1:00 p.m.

They located his deceased body in the home.

"The initial investigation indicates that Mr. Ross was the sole occupant of the residence and that he died as the result of an assault by an unknown assailant," Marks said.

"The incident is being investigated by the McMinnville Police Department with assistance from the Oregon State Police Crime Lab and the Yamhill County Major Crime Response Team."

He says the team includes investigators from the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office, the Oregon State Police, the Newberg-Dundee Police Department and the Yamhill County District Attorney's Office.

Anyone with information or questions about this incident is asked to call Detective Toby Carver at (503) 435-4511.




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