The body of a Florida lady missing for about six years has been found in an upstanding fridge that injury up in the stockroom of a piece business — leaving specialists to explore who put her there and how she passed on.
Heather Anne Lacey was 30 years of age when she was most recently seen on November 21, 2013, as indicated by The Charley Project, which tracks cold-case missing people cases
In March, Lilian Argueta discovered Lacey’s body when she opened the refrigerator that had been conveyed to her business in Margate from a loft in Hollywood, Florida, reports the Sun-Sentinel.
“I thought it was a mannequin,” Argueta told the paper, clarifying that she shouted. “I figured, ‘It can’t be an individual.’ But there was a terrible smell.”
The Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office recognized the remaining parts by Lacey’s fingerprints. Still obscure, as per the restorative analyst’s office, is the manner by which or when Lacey passed on.
Argueta said the business that she possesses with her significant other had gained the disposed of and unopened cooler to be utilized for scrap, as indicated by NBC Miami.
Lacey had a background marked by drug addiction, and last was seen in the zone of Deerfield Beach, as indicated by The Charley Project, which takes note of that numerous law authorization organizations to list the date of her vanishing as June 10, 2013.
She was a mother of two whose family said her plunge into drugs started with painkillers after a troublesome Cesarean segment medical procedure amid the birth of one of her kids, reports the Sun-Sentinel. Captures for medication ownership and prostitution pursued, and she served time in jail for a conviction of phony and fraud.
“She was a savvy young lady and had a ton going for her and shockingly, her ruin was getting into drugs, taking medications and being dependent,” Lacey’s mom Patti Palumbo told the paper. “It places us in a cycle that drove us here.”
Jonathan Escarzaga, 36, was found dead in his loft Feb. 17 after a neighbor grumbled of foul smell. Yet, the disintegration of his body kept the restorative inspector from deciding his reason for death.