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  • Niece of woman found dead in Kennewick gravel pit speaks out

    Pamela Kenney’s niece, Jacy Herrera of Richland, explains how family members pieced together the mystery of their missing relative. Herrera saw a Tri-City Herald post on Facebook about a woman’s body found in the east Kennewick gravel pit and contacted her mother, Kenney’s sister, who then called authorities.

Pamela Kenney’s niece, Jacy Herrera of Richland, explains how family members pieced together the mystery of their missing relative. Herrera saw a Tri-City Herald post on Facebook about a woman’s body found in the east Kennewick gravel pit and contacted her mother, Kenney’s sister, who then called authorities. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Pamela Kenney’s niece, Jacy Herrera of Richland, explains how family members pieced together the mystery of their missing relative. Herrera saw a Tri-City Herald post on Facebook about a woman’s body found in the east Kennewick gravel pit and contacted her mother, Kenney’s sister, who then called authorities. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Family of woman found dead in Kennewick gravel pit want answers

January 12, 2016 6:03 PM