Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by cocomod, Apr 13, 2016.
I know, I can't tell if the story is talking about 2 neighbors or one. Is there 1 neighbor who harassed Monique and is also missing and that is what the other neighbor is saying or is the neighbor reached by phone the same neighbor that Pat's brother says is missing.
I was confused too but I think it's two neighbors - the civil case neighbor isn't the neighbor that is missing...I think!
The neighbor missing too is VERY concerning to me!! But, maybe that leads to hope that they are all alive. This just sounds like a scary situation to me. I just don't have a good feeling about it.
Have they hunted for them with drones yet?
They were scheduled to be in court last week for a hearing regarding an ongoing land dispute with a neighbor. The hearing was later rescheduled for May.
I am having trouble copying and pasting. April 13 Seattle Times says both cell phones are turned off. This isn't looking good IMO.
I have a bad feeling about this. hope I'm wrong.
What's in the water in Snohomish county?
Had its fair share of headline space in the last few months.
Neighbor disputes make me feel very uncomfortable...It's amazing how worked up people can get about the daily small-stuff.
I have a relatively sane friend who admitted to putting a dead bird (that she'd found incidentally) on a neighbor's doorstep because they'd cut down a tree!
Familiarity breeds contempt, but it can also can simmer for years until something snaps.
Talking about this case on NG right now!!!
Good Lord, I agree Eucalyptuz! Have you ever watched "Fear Thy Neighbor" own ID channel? Yikes.....neighbors can be lethal and so freakin vindictive. Hard to believe that these are true occurrences. That's why I too have a very bad feeling about this case. And it doesn't help that these two live in such an isolated area.
They haven't been able to search cars yet. Area described as deep and remote.
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A Snohomish County's search and rescue team on Thursday found two cars belonging to an Arlington couple missing since Monday.
A search and rescue helicopter spotted the Landrover and Jeep belonging to Patrick Shunn and his wife, Monique Patenaude, in a remote wooded region in the Oso area. Detectives on the ground have not yet searched the vehicles, but officials say the vehicles appear to have gone over an embankment and be in the same general area.
Shunn, 45, and Pautenaude, 46, were reported missing by neighbors Tuesday. Shunn was last seen at his workplace in Kirkland on Monday, while Pautenaude was last seen that afternoon near the couple's home in Arlington. No suspects have been identified.
Anyone with information related to the investigation is asked to call the Snohoish County Sheriff's Office anonymous tipline at 425-388-3845.
That's weird how would they both go over an embankment? Pushed?
No nothing new on NG.
So, is this a case of a tragic accident, one car following another in the dark, both heading off the road?
Or, is this just where the vehicles were disposed of after something more sinister...I guess we'll hear more tonight at some stage. But with both phones off, what are the chances of a freak accident like this*?
*can someone from the area say whether Oso would be a region of patchy cell coverage? This could lead to phones going flat in a matter of hours...
Could it be suicide? Seems a weird way to do it but all the options seem weird.
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I think this is unrelated.
The deceased is "David A. Webster"
Recovered from swamp, ID-ed on April 11, but retrieved a week earlier.