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Investigators Take Wilsonville Double-Homicide Suspect Into CustodySalem-News.com
(WILSONVILLE) - A request for police investigation from family members Friday afternoon, led to the discovery of two apparent murder victims.
Investigators with the Clackamas County Sheriff`s Office in Wilsonville responded to the request of family members to check the welfare of the occupants at 32485 SW Boones Bend Road, in Wilsonville around 1:00 PM Friday.
After entering the residence, an adult couple was discovered deceased and the apparent victims of homicidal violence. Sheriff`s Office Spokesman Jim Strovink says members of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and the Clackamas County Inter-agency Major Crimes Unit have secured this crime scene for the furtherance of this murder investigation.
He says investigators are presently preparing search warrant affidavits to apply for search warrants deemed necessary, and appropriate for the intensive, forensic crime scene processing typically encountered with this type of thorough investigation.
The victims of this crime of murder have been identified as 62-year old Craig Stephen Stumpf and his spouse 56-year old Timmie Laurel Stumpf, both resided at this address of 32485 SW Boones Bend Road in Wilsonville.
The Stumpf 's vehicle had been reported as missing from the residence earlier in the afternoon, when the investigation was initially reported. This vehicle described as a 2002 Honda Accord, with Oregon License ZDN - 681, has been located and recovered in Portland, and is now in law enforcement custody.
A person of interest pertaining to this investigation has been taken into law enforcement custody, and poses no further risk to the community. The identity of this individual is being temporarily withheld, pending the furtherance of this critical investigation. Strovink says it is anticipated that the name of this `Person Of Interest' will be released and formally identified at 10:00 AM Saturday morning.
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