Killings along two trails
Body of woman found along Puyallup River
FIFE, Wash. - The body of a 32-year-old woman has been found on Levee Road along the Puyallup River in Fife, near Tacoma. Pierce County sheriff's deputies say the woman's 30-year-old husband has been arrested and jailed.
River Levee Trail (Pierce County, Washington) is a seven-mile
segment of regional multi-use trail along the Puyallup River linking
Tacoma and Puyallup. Features river viewpoints and riparian wetland
Police find body buried on a trail in Seattle's Carkeek park
SEATTLE - Police, acting on what they call a "very credible
tip," found a decomposed adult male body Friday night buried
in Carkeek Park in northwest Seattle.
Police spokesman Scott Moss said "the credible source"
led investigators to a remote section of the park where the burial
site was found about 400 yards up a trail and the body was buried
about four feet deep.
"It would have been very hard to find had he not led us to this
location," said Moss.
Police would not say if the informant was also a suspect. They said they believe they know the body as a man who had been reported missing.
No identity was released. The body was taken to the King County medical examiner's office for investigation.
"Obviously burying someone in a city park, chances of someone seeing you are a lot greater than if you went out to a wooded area," said Moss. "I'm not sure why - maybe it was just a hasty decision by whoever buried the person here."
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