Body parts of missing mother-of-three, 40, are found packaged in a Seattle recycling bin: Man who went on online date with woman to a Mariners baseball game is arrested
Body parts that were packaged in plastic bags and thrown into a recycling bin in Seattle this weekend belong to the mother-of-three who disappeared after she went on a date with a man she met online, police said. Ingrid Lyne, 40, was last seen leaving to attend the Seattle Mariners opening game with a date on Friday, and raised alarms whenshe didn't pick up her children the next morning.
Her remains, which included a foot, were still 'fresh' when they were recovered on Saturday afternoon in a neighborhood about 2.7miles away from Safeco Stadium, an officer said. Suspect John Robert Charlton, 37, who is believed to have taken Lyne to the game, was booked in jail on Monday afternoon while police investigate her murder, Seattle police said.