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Robb Lamoureux said. A family member discovered the man when he went to check on him early Friday. The champagne-colored pickup truck, BA, is believed to have been stolen. Detectives were called to a home in the block of State Avenue about 3 a.
The first officers to the scene quickly determined the death was a likely homicide and called for detectives, Lamoureux said.
Late in the day they confirmed that the victim was a registered sex offender. An year-old man with convictions for statutory rape and indecent liberties was registered as living in the neighborhood where the homicide occurred. While in prison, he was determined not to be a good candidate for sex offender treatment. He kept it very tidy.
Crime scene technicians from the Washington State Patrol were assisting Marysville police in gathering evidence. His family had not had contact with him for a couple of days. The location is sandwiched between a supermarket on the east side of State Avenue and railroad tracks to the west. Police set up orange traffic cones across the private 5 mph road that winds through the park.
John Giron, 70, has lived in the mobile home park since He said the park once was deated for retirees, but has been opened to families in recent years. With an older population, it has not been unusual for aid cars to be called to the neighborhood. Waking up to police cars was surprising, Giron said.
The victim had two pickup trucks and he washed them often, Giron said. A few people stood on the sidewalk wondering why someone would hurt somebody so elderly.
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