Discussion in 'Trials' started by cocomod, Apr 13, 2016.
Neighbors checked on the home and found the couple's pets and livestock have not been tended to in the last two days, according to the family member.
Pat Shunn and his wife Monique Patenaude were last seen Monday. A family member tells KOMO News Monique was last seen late Monday morning while and Pat didn't report into work on Tuesday.
They are missing under possible suspicious circumstances after a continued argument with a neighbor.
Hmmm I wonder if they were having some marital issued. Is it possible they were in a crash? So scary for them to just disappear.
I have read several of the articles, and they basically say the same things. I can't quite understand - are both vehicles missing as well <modsnip>
Uh uh, that doesn't sound good. In disagreements people react rather than think about their actions. I do hope they just took a breather.
Family are posting under this article on FB
....a continued argument with a neighbor?.....this sounds bad.
ETA....I'm sure glad I live in the eastern part of the state....the western side seems to have gone crazy lately. Too many weird occurrences, murders, disappearances etc. Beautiful couple.....hope they are found quickly.
No one has been named a POI/Suspect yet. So let's not bring the neighbors here. If things change, we'll revisit.
I'm worried about these two.
Me too. It reminds me of the McStays.
How worrisome, not getting a good feeling about them. 😟
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Haven't got a good feeling about this case - really hope im wrong!
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It is actually fairly constant, but not all of it makes the news.
Both vehicles missing is unusual.
They were last seen Monday at 11 a.m. and were supposed to go to a concert with their neighbors later that day, but never showed up.
It is not known if the dispute with the neighbor at the end of a rural Whitman Road is connected to their disappearance.
Neighbors reported the couple missing Tuesday afternoon after finding their livestock untended.
Shunn went to work Monday, but he failed to show up Tuesday at his job at an aircraft-interior refurbishing firm in Kirkland. Meantime, Patenaude was last seen about 1 p.m. Monday near the couple’s home in the 27800 block of Whitman Road, near the site of the Oso mudslide.
Court records show the couple are now embroiled in a legal dispute with neighbors, some of whom Shunn and Patenaude claim have repeatedly trespassed on their property near the Stillaguamish River with recreational vehicles and unleashed dogs. A trial on the civil case has been set for later this year.
A neighbor had “harassed Monique and is not a good guy. He is squatting on a property adjacent to Pat and Monique’s,” Erik Shunn said. ”He is missing too and I think if they can find him, we will get some answers.”
Reached by phone Wednesday afternoon, a neighbor named as a defendant in the couple’s lawsuit said he didn’t know anything about their disappearance. “I know police are investigating it and doing everything they can, other than that, I don’t really have any comments.”
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