Woman Found Dead in Bay Ho RV Believed to be Slain: SDPD - NBC 7 San Diego

Woman Found Dead in Bay Ho RV Believed to be Slain: SDPD

The person who called 911 said the woman was not answering phone calls or knocks on the front door, SDPD said.

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    Police Investigate Possible Homicide, Connection to Man's Suicide

    The woman's death may be connected to a suicide that occurred on Saturday. NBC 7's Lauren Coronado reports.

    (Published Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019)

    San Diego police were investigating a homicide after a woman was found dead inside an RV in Bay Ho on Sunday. Police said her death may be linked to her boyfriend's death by suicide on Saturday.

    The woman was found with wounds to her upper body by San Diego police officers, who were called to the Santa Fe Park RV resort east of Interstate 5 at about noon by a caller requesting a welfare check. 

    The caller went to the RV to tell the woman that her boyfriend had died by suicide on Saturday but the woman was not answering phone calls or knocks on the front door, SDPD said.

    Police said there was no sign of forced entry to the RV. 

    Police Investigate Possible Homicide in Bay Ho

    [DGO] Police Investigate Possible Homicide in Bay Ho

    The woman, whose boyfriend reportedly died by suicide, was found dead in her RV on Sunday.

    (Published Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019)

    The woman's boyfriend reportedly died after jumping from the Coronado Bridge on Saturday, Oct. 12.

    San Diego Police Homicide detectives are currently investigating the incident and will determine if the woman's death is related to the suicide of the boyfriend.

    The woman's identity has not yet been released.

    Paul Schipper has been staying at the RV park for a short period and said, “I didn’t hear any noises or anything late at night, nothing unnatural or anything out of the ordinary."

    Schipper said the couple was quiet and kept to themselves. He said he's never felt unsafe in the neighborhood. 

    “We’ve only been here a couple of weeks, but there’s kids running around here, dogs running around like everyone’s pretty friendly. I feel safe,” Schipper added.

    SDPD said they were not looking for any suspects. 

    Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Homicide Unit at (619) 531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.

    No other information was available.

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