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Slain Woman Found Hidden In Shed After Discovery Of 2 Other Bullet-Ridden Bodies On Property
The bodies of a father and son were found under a tarp in front of a Port Angeles home known for hosting transients. The son's girlfriend was then found inside a locked shed.
The bullet-ridden bodies of three people were found hidden on a property known for hosting transients in Washington on New Year's Eve, and as of Thursday afternoon, no suspects have been named.
The bodies of a father, his son, and the son’s girlfriend were discovered as police were doing a welfare check at the home, located in Port Angeles, according to local newspaper Peninsula Daily News.
Darrell C. Iverson, 57, (pictured) and his son Jordan D. Iverson, 27, were found covered in tarps and debris in front of the home, which was owned by the elder Iverson.
Tiffany A. May, 26, was discovered later “inside a locked outbuilding on the property,” according to the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office. That structure has been described as a shed. May lived at the home with her boyfriend, the Seattle Times reports.
A neighbor’s dashboard camera revealed that the tarps where the father and son were found showed up one day after Christmas, according to The Peninsula Daily News.
Investigators believe all three were killed that day by someone they knew, Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict stated.
No arrests have been made and authorities are investigating at least two people of interest who knew the victims. Benedict said evidence found so far points to one shooter who acted alone. Dozens of shots were fired, but the weapon hasn't been found, he said.
"There are many trailers on the property where some transients and other people had lived," Benedict said. "Notably, there was no one was staying there when we went to check it out."
A motive for the killings hasn't been determined.
As law enforcement try to zero in on a suspect, neighbors and friends are coming to terms with the tragedy.
"He was a good guy, he had a good heart,” Steve Lovik, neighbor of Darrell Iverson, told KIRO7 in Seattle. “He really did. And Jordan was a sweet kid, too.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.