WIMER, Ore. — Investigators have finished searching Susan Monica’s property in Wimer.
Sheriff’s deputies did not find any evidence of any additional murder victims, and the case is moving forward as a double-homicide.
Investigators had been at Monica’s home on West Evans Creek Road for more than 20 days since she was arrested.
Jackson County District Attorney Beth Heckert said the property’s large size required a long search effort, but police did not find anything to make them think there were more victims.
“I can’t really comment on the evidence that we found, there wasn’t any evidence of other victims. So all of the charges we have charged already with the two victims, we didn’t find anything to indicate another victim,” Heckert said.
Heckert said Monica’s pigs were euthanized, but did not say why. The buildings on Monica’s property have been declared “dangerous” and anyone who goes on to the property could be arrested for trespassing.