Tuesday, April 12, 2016

2 Weeks Later Liberty Street Mystery Still Unsolved




2 weeks later and still no answers in the death of John Blasko . Mr Blasko was discovered laying in the floor in his home at 622 liberty street by officers who found his abandoned car parked further away. Mr Blasko's car was covered with an unknown chemical substance both inside and out, and officers who responded to the call were overtaken with an unknown odor inside the home when approaching Mr Blasko. We are past the two week mark and have gotten no answers from anyone on what the chemical was, or an explanation for this entire mystery.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks JT for keeping these unsolved issues and crimes to the forefront! It amazes me that the local folks around that home are not in the SPD headquarters demanding some type of feedback....NOTHING reported by "mainstream media" at all. So many times these type of things just fall off the radar screen without any follow-up!!! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

It is possible, in fact probable, that whatever the cause of death, AND the substance on the vehicle pose no danger to the neighborhood.

One can assume that if there were an ongoing danger that the environmental people (who stick their nose into EVERYTHING) would have notified the press and local authorities of the danger.

Other than that there is no real reason for the police to talk to the neighbors, other than to satisfy idle curiosity and general nosiness.

Anonymous said...

11:03: No reason to release the cause of death when a chemical was found on a car and on the person? Are you insane? There is a public interest to know what happened and what was the cause if it wasn't natural circumstances.

Anonymous said...

11:03 you try to sound real intelligent....but you fell short! IF and only if the chemical was responsible for the death then folks around that area should be informed...if you had kids or grandkids in the area surrounding that house don't you think it would be prudent to know??? "pose no danger" idiot! "Nosiness" call it what ever you like they have a right to know so that they can take the appropriate action to protect their families.

Anonymous said...

The public has a right to know whether this victim was intentionally targeted or if some nutcase is randomly tossing some toxic chemical around on people.
The police have very much a reason to talk to the neighbors. That's how things are solved. That's how when something happens they can determine whether a crime's been committed.

Anonymous said...

I heard from a reliable LE source, the house tested negative for any chemicals. They think the statement "officers who responded to the call were overtaken with an unknown odor inside the home when approaching Mr Blasko." as they had not seen a dead body before, and were young officers. They got ill from being exposed to the body, and instead of saying that. They said it was a chemical odor. Rumors of cooking meth in the house..etc ..etc are all BS.

Anonymous said...

8:34... then what was the substance all on the car and on the victim? They made it clear that they thought it was a contributing factor... and it's why they went to the house in the first place...

unnown said...

Sounds like a homicide

unnown said...

It looks very fishy and malicious. Sounds Luke a homicide. Why would his car down street and only car and person have odor. Maybe someone else did that to cover up something. I am no detective or have any real knowledge of these types of things but it sounds like whom ever involved may have used something to cover up malicouse activeties to throw authorities off. Just doesn't sound or sit right. There is more to this and i am sure family and friends would Love to see whom ever involved to pay the price for this Life being gone.