July 14, 2013
2900 mile of E. Main St. Road - At about 12:15am on Sunday morning, 7-14-13, a Marshall County Deputy on routine patrol, checked on a vehicle parked along the roadside in the 2900 mile of E. Main St. Road, just east of Marshalltown.
Upon checking the vehicle, the deputy found the body of an adult woman who appeared to be deceased, inside the vehicle. Additional emergency personnel were summoned to the scene, including the Marshall County Medical Examiner. The woman was confirmed deceased.
The immediate scene was processed and the body was secured by the medical examiner and the vehicle was impounded at the Sheriff's Office.
Deputies were able to contact relatives of the woman, and identification was made of the woman.
The deceased was identified as Rebecca Hall, age 55, of 510 E. Main St., Marshalltown.
This incident is being investigated as suspicious. Foul play has not been determined, and no further details can be released. An autopsy will be performed at a later time.
The vehicle involved in this incident was a blue Chrysler Town & Country mini-van, and it was parked on the north shoulder of E. Main St. Road, pointed west, about 1 mile east of 18th Ave.
The Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance from the public regarding this investigation.
Motorists who travelled this part of E. Main St. Road, during the later evening hours of July 13th, and saw this vehicle or any suspicious activity, should call the Communications Center or the Sheriff's Office.
Any person(s) who had contact with Rebecca Hall during the day or evening of Saturday July 13th, should also contact authorities.
The investigation continues by joint efforts of the Marshall County Sheriff's Office, Marshall County Attorney's Office and the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI).
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The Marshall County, Iowa Sheriff's Office is headed up by Sheriff Ted G. Kamatchus. Sheriff Kamatchus is committed to keeping communities and neighborhoods safe in Marshall County.
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