Gypsy Soul Identified: Family of Woman in Arcata Forest Notified
Press release from the Humboldt County Coroner’s Office:
On September 10, 2015 the Arcata Police Department received a report of a deceased female located in the Redwood Community Forrest. After a thorough investigation by the Arcata Police and the Coroner’s Office it was determined that the cause of death was suicide.At the time of death, the deceased had nothing on her person that would indicate her identity. Fingerprints were taken and submitted to the local and FBI fingerprint identification systems. On September 21, 2015 the Coroner’s office was notified that the FBI fingerprint identification system had positively identified the deceased female as Sarah Anne Walsh, age 25, from Crossville, Tennessee. How Sarah came to be in Humboldt County is still under investigation.The next of kin have been notified and funeral arrangements are being made.
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