Two and a half weeks after 51-year-old Greggette Guy, a former West Seattleite, was found dead in the water off Beach Drive, there is still no word of a break in the murder case, though we inquired with police again today. The last public statement about the case came eight nights ago, when Southwest Precinct commander Capt. Steve Paulsen spoke to the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council meeting (here’s our coverage, with video of what he said). Beach Drive residents, meantime, continue to note increased police visibility, and Beach Drive Blog is advocating for more lighting (here’s their latest report).
And today, we heard again from Ms. Guy’s brother-in-law, who contacted us last Friday once they set up a memorial fund (here’s our story from that night). Dennis Guy offered information for donating at bank branches; we asked if they were also setting up a way to donate online, and now, they have accomplished that:
A web page has been created with the Memorial Fund information: Go to greggetteguymemorial.home.comcast.net.
A memorial fund has been set up in Greggette’s name. The fund will be used to erect a memorial, if permitted, at the park where she died and/or to add to the reward for information about her death. If you wish to donate, please use one of the donation options below.
1. Go to any Bank of America and make a deposit in the account with the following details:
Name on Account: Dwight K. Guy
Account Number: 138100402807
2. For existing PayPal users, please use the Send Money tab on your PayPal page to send a personal gift to email@example.com. This will avoid any fees.
3. For those without an existing PayPal account and wishing to donate electronically, please click on the Donate button on the website.
Thank you to those that have donated so far.
Our coverage of the case is archived (in reverse chronological order) here. If you have any information that might be related to the case, call 911 or the Seattle Police Homicide Tip Line, 206-233-5000 (police say anonymous tips are welcome).
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