Everett Police Seek Vehicle in Mobile Home Park Murder

September 29, 2011

Police Blotter

Just got this in from Everett Police…

Detective’s are asking the public to keep an eye out for a 2010 Black Jeep Patriot Washington license ABZ7996. The front license plate has been replaced with a U.S. Marine Corp plate. That vehicle is missing from the residence. If anyone see that vehicle they are asked to call 911.

EVERETT, WA: A suspicious death has turned into a homicide investigation in south Everett. Everett patrol officers were called to 1415 84th Street SE at about 11:15 a.m. yesterday after receiving a report of a deceased woman at that location. When officers arrived they discovered a 69 year old woman dead inside the double wide mobile home. The responding officers noted what appeared to be injuries to the woman and after confirming that she was deceased called for the Major Crimes Unit (MCU) to investigate.

MCU detectives arrive on scene a short time later and began their investigation. After receiving a search warrant at about 4:15 p.m. detectives entered the home. While inside they discover clear evidence that this was a homicide. Detectives can’t release details of what they found, only to say that they observed obvious injuries to the victim during their investigation.

Washington State Patrol Crime Lab personal assisted with the collection of evidence from the crime last night. Detectives were back at the home today to collect additional evidence before wrapping up the scene investigation.

No obvious motive or suspect has been identified in this murder. If anyone has any information they can call 911 or the Everett Police Department TIP LINE at (425) 257 – 8450.

The identity of the victim and cause and manner of death will be release by the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office.

There is no further information to release on this incident at this time.

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