Dale Mack Obituary, Death – The authorities have claimed that the death of a lady that occurred in a fire early Monday morning at a homeless encampment in Sacramento is being examined as a possible homicide by detectives. The incident took place at a homeless encampment in Sacramento. According to Captain Justin Sylvia,
a spokesman for the Sacramento Fire Department, personnel from the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District and the Sacramento Fire Department responded shortly after 7 a.m. to a fire that was reported at a large homeless camp located along Roseville Road at Longview Drive, underneath the flyover for Interstate 80.
The location of the large homeless camp can be found at the intersection of Roseville Road and Longview Drive. Sylvia claims that the charred remains of a woman’s body were found inside of a trailer that had been entirely devoured by “heavy fire conditions.” A statement sent by the Sacramento Police Department on social media in the afternoon claimed that homicide investigators had been dispatched to investigate a death that appeared to be suspicious.
This information became available after the arson unit of the Sacramento Fire Department had completed their preliminary investigation into the fire. The Police Department issued a press statement on Monday evening stating that investigators had found material that leads them to assume the occurrence in question was a homicide.
This information was reportedly contained in the press release. The authorities have stated that the investigation is still in its early stages, and that there is currently no suspect information that can be made available. Sylvia claims that there were no other injuries that were reported during the event. As a result of the fire, trailers that were located nearby were left with moderate damage.