The victim of a homicide over the weekend in Pasco has been identified as Tamie Alane Clark-Acevedo.
Clark-Acevedo was born in Royal City, Wash. and lived in the Tri-Cities for the last 13 years.
An autopsy performed on Clark-Acevedo on Monday ruled the cause of death as inconclusive pending the results toxicology tests, said Dan Blasdel, Franklin County Coroner.
A forensic pathologist from Bellevue performed the autopsy.
The 46-year-old was found dead late Friday night inside an apartment at 720 W. Lewis St. in Pasco.
Guadalupe Montejano is suspected of killing Clark-Acevedo, police say. The two knew each other and Clark-Acevedo’s body was found inside Montejano’s apartment.
Montejano, 47, is in Franklin County jail on a 72 hour hold while prosecutors decide whether to file charges. His bail is set at $500,000.