Kent Police Detectives arrested a Domestic Violence homicide suspect on Monday, June 14, 2021, police said.

Police say that on Monday at about 11:45 p.m., Kent Police Officers were dispatched to a hotel at the 22300 block of 84th Ave S in regard to a domestic violence assault in progress. The call was updated to a CPR in progress.

Puget Sound Fire, (PSF) located the victim, a 33-year old woman from Auburn, unconscious. Her companion, a 36-year old Auburn man, was conducting CPR.

PSF medics took over life-saving efforts, but tragically they were not able to revive the female victim.

Police Officers determined through investigation that the woman may have been the victim of domestic violence and detained her male companion.

Kent Police Detectives responded to the scene and following several hours of investigation determined that the woman’s death was a homicide.

The male companion was arrested and booked into jail for Murder 2nd degree and Assault 2nd degree.

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2 replies on “Kent Police Detectives arrest Domestic Violence homicide suspect”

  1. OmgI’ve known Phill and Amber for a long time. Those two love each other this is absolutely heartbreaking to see that he will never be able to see the woman he loves again and then he possibly was the one responsible for it I still don’t see that that’s what happened so the fact that the media is putting it out like that is kind of ridiculous because they need to do some fact-finding before they actually begin slandering somebody like that, this is heartbreaking.

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