Carbon monoxide site

A Baltimore County police officer ties crime scene tape in July 2005 at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603040000" title="Essex (Baltimore, Maryland)" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/essex-%28baltimore-maryland%29-PLGEO100100603040000.topic">Essex</a> home of Norman S. Wiley, 48, and his stepdaughters Sheriesa Bernay King, 15, and Ja-Na Liett Jones, 14. The three died of carbon-monoxide poisoning.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Barbara Haddock Taylor / July 18, 2005 )

A Baltimore County police officer ties crime scene tape in July 2005 at the Essex home of Norman S. Wiley, 48, and his stepdaughters Sheriesa Bernay King, 15, and Ja-Na Liett Jones, 14. The three died of carbon-monoxide poisoning.

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