CHARLOTTE CRIME STOPPERS ARE INVESTIGATION AFTER TWO HOMICIDE
Cops inquiring after 2 different murders in northwest Charlotte late Friday.
Inspectors first replied nearly at Nine p.m. to Hoskins Street in northwestern Charlotte.
Policemen said that a neighbor who knew the victim called Emergency asking cop. When cops came inside of the rented house, they discovered Cashona Tate, 39, killed inside.
Officials did not say what resulted in the tragedy, and did not release the details of Tate death. No one charged.
The secondary inquiry was held shortly after 9:30 p.m. In Vice-Court.
When police officers arrived, they discovered Paul Belsham, 65, killed within the house.
Crime Stoppers and officers on the murder scene arrived to carry out an inquiry and obtain information.
Ultimately a preliminary inquiry showed Belsham was killed — he had been stabbed repeatedly during an attack.
Officials did not know what prompted the attack and no one was charged