Philip Seymour Hoffman death: Four people arrested
‘Four Arrests’ has been made in relation to Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death, Eyes and Voice learned.
Police in New York have reportedly arrested four people on drugs charges days after actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died from heroin overdose.
New York Police is said to have made multiple arrests in connection with the investigation into the death of the Hollywood actor.
Some 350 bags of heroin were seized during the arrests in Lower Manhattan, Eyes and Voice learned.
According to reports, a tip from a heroin user who claimed to have shared a dealer with Hoffman led police to search a building in Manhattan.
New York Police officers searched an apartment building on the 300 block of Mott Street in lower Manhattan and recovered a “quantity of narcotics” and made four arrests.
Some 350 bags of heroin were seized during the arrests, Eyes and Voice learned.
Police are still keeping the details of the arrests being linked to the death of Hoffman very quite and the identities of the suspects have not been released.
As we reported to you on Monday, the Oscar-winning star, 46, was found dead at his Greenwich Village home on Sunday with a syringe in his arm.
A needle was found in his arm and dozens of heroin bags were found near his body.
Hoffman reportedly died of heroin over dose.
In related news,
“Philip Seymour Hoffman’s untimely death WILL cause big changes in Mockingjay.”
“While it’s been reported that he had almost finished filming all of his upcoming Mockingjay scenes – he did have seven days left.
Today, the Hollywood Reporter revealed that a major scene involving Philip’s character, Plutarch Heavensbee, was not shot. An unnamed executive at Lionsgate shared the news, saying QUOTE: “[Philip] had one major, emotional scene left to film” for “Mockingjay — Part 2.”
The exec would not reveal which scene — but went on to say QUOTE: “We’re all extraordinarily sad, but as it relates to production, it’s going to have no impact… we’re going to have a couple of work-around issues but the movie will be creatively whole.”
He also commended Philip’s extraordinary talent — adding: “His performances in both [remaining] movies will be up to the best of his craft. We feel it will be a good tribute to him.”
Beyond this scene, it seems prodeuction will move forward without any other major changes. “Mockingjay — Part 1” hits theaters this November, with “Mockingjay — Part 2” scheduled for November 2015.
The entire Hunger Games family released a statement regarding Philip’s death. Jennifer Lawrence and several cast and crew members said yesterday: “Philip was a wonderful person and an exceptional talent, and our hearts are breaking. Our deepest thoughts and condolences go out to his family.”” – Clevver News
We here at EyesandVoice.com sends our thoughts and condolences to Philip Hoffman’s family and loved ones.
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