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She didn’t answer her cellphone, and her car wasn’t parked outside the home.
Lyne’s ex-husband called her mother, who came to the house and contacted police. We went to the Mariners game last night but we didn’t stay the night together because she has her kids today …
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A neighbor told detectives that Lyne had been dating a man named John, the documents state. “Please John, did Ingrid say anything about someone coming to see her after you separated from her last night,” Lyne’s mother wrote in her last text. As I said her phone and ID and purse are at her house but she and her car are gone without a trace. “Charlton claimed that he had been so intoxicated on Friday night that he could not recall how he and Lyne returned to her residence after the Mariners game, or what transpired when they got there,” the documents state.
The couple apparently had plans to go a Seattle Mariners game Friday; an officer who looked at her computer saw the baseball tickets on the screen. “He said he believed they had sex, and said Lyne was acting ‘weird,’ but could not or would not provide any further details.” He also couldn’t remember how he left the home and told investigators that on Saturday and Sunday, he spent the night at the home of an ex-girlfriend.
“The tragic murder of Ingrid Lyne has left a family and community in a spiral of grief and anguish,” King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg said in a statement.
“We may never understand why she was killed.” [Previously: Grisly details emerge after woman’s head found in recycling bin] Charlton is being held on million bail.