The caller, who also lived in the 200 block of Cereal Avenue, described the resident as Joshua Combs. She said the landlord posted something on Combs’ door and left the premises.
The caller said that Combs’ SUV was parked on the side of the house by Highland Place and that there was “blood in the front seat and the window and blood on the back door of the house.”
“I last saw him (Combs) probably last Tuesday and his car is always gone from daylight to dark,” the caller informed the dispatcher.
The coroner’s office said that as of Tuesday afternoon, no updated information is available and there is no confirmation on what killed Combs.
Officer Kristy Collins of Hamilton Police Division said the homicide is still being investigated.
“This is being treated as a homicide, but no further details are being released at this time,” Collins said. “The investigation is still ongoing.”
The Investigations Division is asking if anyone has any information about the homicide to call 513-868-5811 ext 2002.