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Pulaski Police probe homicide

The Pulaski Police Department is currently investigating a homicide.
According to police, Shelby F. Cline, a 42-year-old white female, was found dead at her residence at 323 Summit Street in Pulaski on Saturday, Feb. 21 at approximately 1:30 a.m. when the Pulaski Police Department responded to a 911 call reporting a homicide at that residence.
“The preliminary indication of the cause of death was an apparent cut to the throat resulting in massive blood loss,” Pulaski Police Chief G.W. Roche stated in a press release.
Roche noted that the final determination of the cause of death will be made by the Office of the Medical Examiner.

Roche said the suspect in the case is Tony W. Covey, a 39-year-old white male, also a resident of 323 Summit Street. He will be charged with second degree murder, Roche said.
Both Cline and Covey had just moved into the Summit Street residence within the past two days, according to Roche.
Covey was being held Saturday at the Pulaski Police Department.

Information concerning a bond on the charge, or a motive in the case was not available as of press time.

Pulaski Police probe homicide

The Pulaski Police Department is currently investigating a homicide.
According to police, Shelby F. Cline, a 42-year-old white female, was found dead at her residence at 323 Summit Street in Pulaski on Saturday, Feb. 21 at approximately 1:30 a.m. when the Pulaski Police Department responded to a 911 call reporting a homicide at that residence.
“The preliminary indication of the cause of death was an apparent cut to the throat resulting in massive blood loss,” Pulaski Police Chief G.W. Roche stated in a press release.
Roche noted that the final determination of the cause of death will be made by the Office of the Medical Examiner.

Roche said the suspect in the case is Tony W. Covey, a 39-year-old white male, also a resident of 323 Summit Street. He will be charged with second degree murder, Roche said.
Both Cline and Covey had just moved into the Summit Street residence within the past two days, according to Roche.
Covey was being held Saturday at the Pulaski Police Department.

Information concerning a bond on the charge, or a motive in the case was not available as of press time.