The dismembered and human remains of an Oregon woman who was reported missing after she was last seen on July 25 were found at a landfill.
Human Remains of an Oregon Woman Was Found at a Landfill
An Oregon woman identified as Kara Rayleen Taylor or also known by most of her friends as Kara Sanders, 49 years old, was last seen on July 25 at around 11:00 p.m. near the 200 block of Jefferson Street. It was also the day that her dismembered human remains were found at a landfill.
In a published article in FOX News, the Oregon woman temporarily lived with her friends in Oregon City when she went missing. It was also found during the investigation that she also lived with 47-year-old Jamon Peter Fritsch but authorities cannot yet establish their relationship.
Suspect of the Heinous Crime
According to a published article in New York Post, police authorities considered Jamon Peter Fritsch as the primary suspect in the crime. Police firmly believed that the circumstances of the disappearance of the Oregon woman were suspicious and it led to developing evidence that pointed to Fritsch as the primary suspect.
After pieces of evidence, police served the warrant of arrest and he was arrested on August 7. He was booked in the Clackamas County Jail and was charged with the following:
- Second-degree murder
- First-degree manslaughter
- Second-degree abuse of a corpse
Furthermore, a judge initially set a bail of $ million for the suspect but after getting a formal indictment on second-degree murder and first-degree abuse of a corpse, he was held without bail.