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Man held in Rotterdam double homicide

Police continue to investigate the deaths of Jessica McCormack and her mother, Tammy, who were found in their home on Inner Drive in Rotterdam Wednesday. Inset photo shows Jessica, left, and Brice Rivenburgh, who has been charged with burglary in connection with case. (inset left photo from Facebook).
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Police continue to investigate the deaths of Jessica McCormack and her mother, Tammy, who were found in their home on Inner Drive in Rotterdam Wednesday. Inset photo shows Jessica, left, and Brice Rivenburgh, who has been charged with burglary in connection with case. (inset left photo from Facebook).
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A Rotterdam man believed to have once had a relationship with the younger of two women found dead inside an Inner Drive home was in custody Thursday on a burglary charge connected to the home and the women, authorities said. Brice C. Rivenburgh, 28, of 2501 Oaklawn Ave., though, has not been charged directly with killing the mother and daughter. For now, Rivenburgh faces one count of first-degree burglary, a high-level felony. Police at a ...


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