Accidents happen, but apparently, this was no accident. Was it an attempt to get rid of fingerprints or other possible forensic evidence?
According to reports, this morning near the Yakima River Crossing at Van Giesen and South 38th Avenue, someone intentionally crashed the vehicle into the river and rolled it in.
If it was indeed a case of trying to hide evidence or fingerprints, then the perpetrator or perpetrators need to watch more true crime shows! Even setting a vehicle on fire doesn't always get rid of fingerprints as the ash a soot often preserve and highlight prints instead of destroying them.
Water damage can destroy evidence, but it's actually amazing how the oils in a person's fingertips can leave a lasting impression that won't just wash away with water.
To see a photo of the mostly submerged vehicle, read the article from KEPR-TV HERE.
The 12 Deadliest Serial Killers in Washington State's Bloody History
Every state is known for something. Florida has swamps and beautiful weather, Iowa has wrestling and corn, New York has Manhattan and Brooklyn-style pizza, Maryland has crabcakes. Washington has apples, wine, IPAs, and serial killers. This article is not meant to glorify these evil people in any way, just shed some light on a bizarre Washington truth. From Bundy to the Green River Killer, these are twelve of the deadliest killers in Washington state history.
Texas' Housing Market Will Make You Want to Move Away From Tri-Cities
The housing market in Tri-Cities is insane. Forget just Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland! Even houses in Prosser and Benton City are going high! It's so crazy, my family members moving to Tri-Cities have been seriously downgrading. Take a look at my in-laws' home they sold in Texas. It has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, it's over 4,000 square feet, PLUS it has an in-ground heated pool that's enclosed to keep the bugs out. How much would you pay for it? It sold for less than $450,000.
in Kennewick sold for more money, had half the square footage, NO pool, and had far fewer bedrooms and bathrooms. Do you get where I'm going with this? Let's take a look inside my in-laws' former home and cry over a bowl of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.