Bombing Memorial, blog post by John Hoff
I had only just finished writing about an unusual murder in Northeast (unusual because, well, it happened in Northeast) when I noticed a story about a "man found dead" on Queen Avenue North.
Mainstream media are reporting few facts other than somebody called police after a fight happened at the home and when police arrived, there was a body. This leaves all kinds of room for interpretation. Was the man killed in the fight? Was the fight over whether to report the death or hope the checks would keep arriving for a few months? Was the fight over freezer space and whether it was economically cost effective to cook up all this hamburger to make room?
Whatever the fight was about, a highly dependable and frequent JNS blog source tells me...
...the address where the body was found is 3523 Queen Ave. N. This is a homestead owned by Tyrone Hutchins, who has owned the home a good long time. He is associated with a construction company named after himself, located at the same address.
Not very exciting so far, huh? Wait, it gets better.
The address of 3523 Queen Ave. N. is also associated with a business called Fantasy Internet Strip Club LLC.
NOW, I wonder, what were they fighting about?
The "fantasy strip club" lived up to its name, being mostly a business fantasy and not a business fact. The LLC was created in 2009 but "administratively terminated" in 2012, which is usually what happens to fly-by-night businesses that don't make filings. Not much info is available about the business filing and no registered agent is listed on the Secretary of State's website.
A guy named "Eddie Hutchins" is also associated with the address.
As for Tyrone Hutchins, there is a guy with that name who lives in the 55412 zip code with a birthday of 9/20/71. That Tyrone Hutchins has a fairly extensive criminal history. However, I can't confirm whether it's the same guy so for now I'm not publishing the criminal history.