Inquest - Marcella Gronemus Bye

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Still Wait Test Results Inquest Thursday In Woman's Death An inquest into the death of a La Crosse woman has been called to determine if anyone! was criminally responsible for her death and, if so, to what extent. extent. Asst. Dist. Atty. Michael Mulroy Mulroy said the inquest is tentatively tentatively scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Leland (Marcella) Bye, 50, of 2010 S. 21 st Terrace, died Saturday morning in her bed of — according to Coroner Robert Holmquist — an intercranial hemorrhage. The cause of the hemorrhage has not yet been determined, said Det. Capt. Ray Lichtie. A pathologist’s report, expected expected to be a key factor in any WHERE TO FIND IT Page Births ..................................36 Bridge ........................ 21 Classified Adv. 45, 46 and 47 Comics, Movies & TV 43 Crossword Puzzle .............. 22 Daily Records..................... 2 Death Notices .................... 45 Editorials .......................... 10 Food Pages ....................13-24 Local News ..................... 25 Sports .............................37-42 Stock Markets .................... 44 Tri-State Deaths ................36 Weather Map ....................... 3 Women’s News 13, 14 and 15 finding by a coroner's jury, was not available yet Wednesday morning, Holmquist said. It was expected Wednesday. Mulroy said Wednesday that Mrs. Bye had a black eye, and Lichtie said that her body had “some bruises.” Asked what caused the black eye, Mulroy said, “That’s what; we will try to bring out tomor-| row (Thursday).” ! ; Asked what caused the bruises, bruises, Lichtie replied : “The inquest inquest will medically show! whether injuries, as observed; (on Mrs. Bye), were inflicted by1 another person or by natural causes.” “We will have to rely on reports reports by the pathologist (Dr. Paul Dietz) or by another doctor that may be called.” he said. According to police, Mrs. j Bye’s husband. Leland, 50, said during questioning Saturday | that he and his wife had been drinking Friday evening, that they argued at about midnight and that he had struck her twice. Police quoted Bye as saying that his wife then went to bed 1 and that he and two sons heard her snoring between 6 and 8| a.m. Saturday. Bye said he went 1 to cover her about 9 a.m. and found her body cold. He then called police c .. x 01 1 Mrs. Bye was buried Tuesday Mate Moves To Block following services in St. Thomas Thom nictrikntL**; More Catholic Church. distribution Holmquist Saturday evening! MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The ruled that the death was a homi- state Justice Department said cide. today it has obtained a tern- Asked Wednesday if, as a re- porary injunction against two suit of the call for an inquest, he Orlando, Fla. firms for promot- has withdrawn that ruling, ing a chain distributor scheme Holmquist said, “Nothing has in Wisconsin. been changed.” He declined fur- The injunction was issued by! ther comment.

Clipped from The La Crosse Tribune01 Dec 1971, WedPage 1

The La Crosse Tribune (La Crosse, Wisconsin)01 Dec 1971, WedPage 1
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