Evansville police help guide Sgt. Jim Myers, supervisor of the Evansville Police Department's Crime Scene Unit, through an apartment window at 3753 Jackson Avenue Wednesday evening. The authorities were unable to obtain a key to the apartment, so they were forced to enter through the front window. The apartment was believed to be the home of a man found dead in a nearby wooded area. He was found covered with branches, leaves and an old tire and wrapped in plastic wrap and plastic bags.

The body of Antonio B. Swanson, 24, Tangelia E. Brown's live-in boyfriend, was found in a nearby wooded area wrapped in plastic wrap and plastic bags and covered in branches, leaves and an old tire. Brown admitted to killing Brown using a kitchen knife and a single blow to chest that punctured his right lung "causing death in less than three minutes." Brown was later charged in the crime. (image by Denny Simmons)
Evansville police help guide Sgt. Jim Myers, supervisor of the Evansville Police Department's Crime Scene Unit, through an apartment window at 3753 Jackson Avenue Wednesday evening. The authorities were unable to obtain a key to the apartment, so they were forced to enter through the front window. The apartment was believed to be the home of a man found dead in a nearby wooded area. He was found covered with branches, leaves and an old tire and wrapped in plastic wrap and plastic bags. The body of Antonio B. Swanson, 24, Tangelia E. Brown's live-in boyfriend, was found in a nearby wooded area wrapped in plastic wrap and plastic bags and covered in branches, leaves and an old tire. Brown admitted to killing Brown using a kitchen knife and a single blow to chest that punctured his right lung "causing death in less than three minutes." Brown was later charged in the crime.
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