55-year-old man stabbed in mobile home park Pasco WA
A 55-year-old man from Tri-Cities has been identified as the victim of a stabbing in Pasco over the weekend.
Bobby Burgess was found dead around 3 a.m. on Saturday in the Riviera Village Seniors Mobile Home Park at 700 Route 32.
Franklin County Coroner Curtis McGary said an autopsy was scheduled for Wednesday.
Sergeant Pasco. Nathan Carlisle told the Herald on Saturday that police found him lying outside with a puncture wound to his chest and couldn’t save him.
He said Burgess had a fight with Marta Keith Miller of Kennewick, also in her 50s.
She was arrested and incarcerated in Franklin County Jail on suspicion of second degree murder.
Burgess has a history of trouble with the law dating back to 1984, primarily in Benton, Walla Walla and Columbia counties.
Most of his previous convictions are for theft. Currently he was facing drug, burglary and DUI charges in the Benton County and Walla Walla cases.