Byron Palmer Death – Obituary Is Not Available: A man, age 61, was stabbed to death early on Friday morning in the Southeast section of the District of Columbia. The police say that at approximately 1:20 in the morning, they responded to the 100 block of 56th Street where they found two men who had been stabbed.
One of the men, who the police have identified as Byron Palmer, is said to have been pronounced dead at the scene of the incident by the authorities. The second man sustained life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital.
Kelvin Biggs, 37 years old, a resident of Capitol Heights, MD, was apprehended and charged with second-degree murder while armed by the police on Friday evening.
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R. Byron Palmer Obituary- R. Byron Palmer, age 88, of Seaford, DE passed away on Monday, December 5, 2016. Byron was born in Rehoboth and grew up in Seaford. He graduated from Seaford High School, attended the University of Delaware. He was a member of Theta Chi Fraternity. He owned and operated Soil Service in Seaford, a family business serving the local agricultural community. He was an active lifelong member of St. John’s United Methodist Church and a member of the Kiwanis Club of Seaford for over 50 years. He served on the Wilmington Trust Co. Advisory Board, was a member of the Delaware State Personnel Commission and served his country as an officer in the Army National Guard. Full obituary here