KMUD Reports Sheriff Does NOT Suspect Foul Play In Ritchie's Death

KMUD is reporting that Jaymie Ritchie, the missing woman whose body was found between Redway and Garberville, is not considered by police at this time to be a victim of foul play.  KMUD will have more on the story tonight at 6 pm.

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  • So we’re all supposed to believe this.
    At approximately 1255 hours pedestrian’s feet left the roadway and went over the steel guard rail on the road between Redway and Garberville. Alcohol may have been a contributing factor. No deputies bothered to look below the roadway where woman was last seen hitch hiking for three weeks because of cold wet weather conditions. After conducting an autopsy on the partially decomposed corpse of Jaymie Christine Ritchie, the Humboldt County Coroner ruled that cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head.
    Strangled then pushed off a cliff? We will never know and all liability is released from the authorities to find out what the reported 5’7″ thin man with a pony tail and baggy shorts Jaymie was last seen with in Redway had to say about this incident after a quick pair of press releases by the HCSO. Justice served.

  • So we’re all supposed to believe this.
    At approximately 1255 hours pedestrian’s feet left the roadway and went over the steel guard rail on the road between Redway and Garberville. Alcohol may have been a contributing factor. No deputies bothered to look below the roadway where woman was last seen hitch hiking for three weeks because of cold wet weather conditions. After conducting an autopsy on the partially decomposed corpse of Jaymie Christine Ritchie, the Humboldt County Coroner ruled that cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head.
    Strangled then pushed off a cliff? We will never know and all liability is released from the authorities to find out what the reported 5’7″ thin man with a pony tail and baggy shorts Jaymie was last seen with in Redway had to say about this incident after a quick pair of press releases by the HCSO. Justice served.

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