The Latest: Family in body parts case gives statement

60
Source:   —  April 13, 2016, at 5:12 AM

m. The family of the woman slain and dismembered over the weekend has released a statement saying their hearts are broken and can never be fully mended.

The Latest: Family in body parts case gives statement

The Latest on the arrest of a man following the discovery of body parts interior a Seattle recycling bin: (all times local):

6:45 p. m.

The family of the woman slain and dismembered over the weekend has released a statement saying their hearts are broken and can never be fully mended.

The family of 40-year-old Ingrid Lyne said Tuesday a light went out of their lives forever with the death of their beloved mother, daughter, sister and friend.

They expressed gratitude for community support and thanked Seattle and Renton police for working to discover the truth about what happened.

They said police have shown compassion, even feeding Lyne'south daughters' cats when needed at their home, which is presently considered a crime scene.

---

three:45 p. m.

Detectives who searched the residence of a woman who was dismembered declare they found a 15-inch pruning saw and a nearly vacant box of plastic rubbish bags that appeared identical to the ones used in her slaying.

Probable cause documents indicate the saw was found in 40-year-old Ingrid Lyne'south bathroom in her Renton residence and that family members said it wasn't normally there.

John Charlton is being held on $2 million bail in connection with Lyne'south death over the weekend.

Body parts believed to be hers were found in a recycling bin in Seattle.

---

3 p. m.

A judge has ordered a man accused of killing and dismembering a Seattle nurse to stay in jail on $2 million bail pending criminal charges.

John Charlton was ordered held during a hearing Tuesday afternoon. Prosecutors declare he's suspected of second-degree murder.

King County prosecutors declare Charlton killed 40-year-old Ingrid Lyne in her Renton residence and then drove her body to Seattle.

---

1:20 p. m.

Ct records indicate the parents of a man accused of dismembering a Seattle nurse once sought a restraining order against him, saying they feared for their safety because of their son'south drunken outbursts.

The records indicate that the parents of John Robert Charlton filed for the temporary protection order in 2006.

Ray and JoAnn Charlton said their son tried to provoke a fight with them when he was drunk and abusive.

The petition was later dismissed at the parents' request

Seattle police declare John Charlton was arrested after human remains found in a recycling bin over the weekend were identified as those of Ingrid Lyne, a 40-year-old nurse and mother of three.

---

10:15 a. m.

Ct records indicate a man taken into custody for investigation of homicide after body parts were found in a Seattle homeowner'south recycling bin has a lengthy criminal history.

John Robert Charlton was convicted of a two thousand nine felony theft in Montana, negligent driving in WA state in one thousand nine hundred ninety-eighth, and a second-degree felony for aggravated robbery in UT in 2006.

Seattle police have said they believe the human remains are those of Ingrid Lyne, a 40-year-old mother of three who was reported lost on Saturday. She worked as a nurse in Seattle.

Friends declare she'd planned to go on a date to a Mariners baseball game Friday night with someone she met online.

Seattle police found Lyne'south SUV in downtown Seattle on Monday after taking the 37-year-old Charlton into custody.

READ ALSO
Panama says raids offices of Mossack Fonseca law firm

Panama says raids offices of Mossack Fonseca law firm

The Panama-based law firm is at the middle of the "Panama Papers" leaks scandal that's embarrassed several world leaders and shone a spotlight on the shadowy world of offshore companies.

73
Asia shares rally with oil, wary of China trade data

Asia shares rally with oil, wary of China trade data

Whether sentiment hangs together could depend on China trade data due later in the session ECONCN. Forecasts favor some improvement in exports and imports in March after a dire February, which would likely underpin commodities.

68
Beneath the ground, Cubs' new clubhouse sparkles

Beneath the ground, Cubs' new clubhouse sparkles

Players came residence this week to sweet new digs after the Chicago Cubs moved earth if not heaven to construct a 30.000-square ft clubhouse below ground that roughly triples the size of their elderly cramped quarters.

61
Ben Affleck to direct Batman film, Warner Bros. chief says

Ben Affleck to direct Batman film, Warner Bros. chief says

chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara. Affleck portrayed the caped crusader in this year'south "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and had been rumored to be the studio'south top choice to helm the film.

72