Police: Bodies identified in Washington triple homicide
FINLEY, Wash. - Police have identified three bodies that were found on a commercial farm south of Kennewick early Saturday, Benton County Sheriff's officials said.
An autopsy confirms 23-year-old David Perez Saucedo, 19-year-old Victoria Torres, and a 23-year-old woman were victims of homicide, Lieutenant Chuck Jones said. The third victim's name is being withheld so next of kin can be notified.
Deputies arrived at Easterday Farms after a worker discovered the first two bodies around 6 a.m. on farmland southeast of Nine Canyon Road and Coffin Road. The third body was discovered by deputies, Lt. Jones said.
Investigators told KEPR News that it could be days for a full investigation to take place.
Workers in the area said they're frightened, and hope to have answers soon.
"We feel curious, we feel scared, we feel nervous, we feel worried," said Eugenia Lopez. Lopez works with her daughter at Easterday Farms, and arrived that morning to find police swarming the area.
The Benton County Sheriff's Office is actively investigating the case, and plan to release new updates Sunday afternoon.