Body Identified as Missing Woman

Press release from the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office:

Ayette DialOn July 1, 2017, Trinity County Sheriff’s Office Deputies removed a decomposing body (Jane Doe) from a creek in the area of Big Bar, CA. No evidence was located at the scene which indicated that Doe had been the victim of any crime.

On July 6, 2017, an autopsy was conducted on Doe, at which time she was positively identified as Ayette Dial of Pennsylvania.

Dial had been reported missing to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office as well as the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office.

The Pathologist located nothing on Dial’s remains which appeared to indicate that she had been the victim of any crime.The cause of Dial’s death is pending a toxicology screening.

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  • Michelle Steele

    I was holding out hope that she was found safe. This breaks my heart as I was following this case. I met her twice at Cherae heights Casino. and she seemed like a nice but quiet lady. Prayers to all her family and friends. R.I.P. AYETTE DIAL.

  • Prayers and love to the family and friends. RIP

  • Yes It is a Greenrush

    Sad to hear of this tragedy. A nice and decent woman. She came out from Pa. to be with her family. They came out from Pa. -like so many- to grow weed. They missed the first wave of the rush so they ended up in Trinity County. I don’t think she was entirely down with the lifestyle and intended on going back east soon but arrived here trying to keep her family together. She leaves a young son behind.

  • Condolences to the family.May she rest in peace.

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