Lights & Sirens

Go behind the yellow tape with The News Tribune

NOTICE: Lights & Sirens has moved.

With the launch of our new website, we've moved Lights & Sirens.
Visit the new section.

Suspected human bones found near Harts Lake

Post by Mike Archbold on March 11, 2011 at 9:41 am with 7 Comments »
March 11, 2011 9:41 am

The Pierce County Medical Examiner has been called to a wooded area near Harts Lake this morning to help identify whether bones found there Thursday night are human.

“They look to be human,” Pierce County Sheriff spokesman Detective Ed Troyer said of the bones this morning. “When we got  out there last night,  it was too dark. We secured the area.”

Troyer said they are treating the site as a crime scene until they know differently.

The site is past a gate off a hiking trail about a mile from the 4100 block of Harts Lake Road South in the r McKenna area of South Pierce County, he said. It is also close to Thurston County.

He said hikers spotted the bones and alerted authorities.

Categories:
McKenna
Leave a comment Comments → 7
  1. puyallupbaby says:

    does anyone remember where zina linnik was found? i thought it was near this lake, but i can’t recall.

  2. mattersnot1 says:

    Her body was located near Clear Lake.

  3. Alison7613 says:

    Creepy.

  4. rocky fonte says:

    Profilers, Inc., Proactive in Solving Criminal Cases.

  5. gillis6809 says:

    Them Tweekers out in that area have done some pretty creepy things out there for years and years!!!

  6. Zina Linniks body was found off of a dirt road by Silver Lake. By the way, creeps and tweekers are everywhere. They can look and act as normal as you and I. It’s wrong to pass judgement on people of a certain area of residence. Criminals seek out, then drive to these places to ‘do’ or to ‘end’ their crime.

*
We welcome comments. Please keep them civil, short and to the point. ALL CAPS, spam, obscene, profane, abusive and off topic comments will be deleted. Repeat offenders will be blocked. Thanks for taking part and abiding by these simple rules.

Follow the comments on this post with RSS 2.0