Freezer sought in case of body parts dumped in Yavapai County

YCSO is looking for a freezer sold by the man charged with dumping human body parts in Yavapai County. Spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn says they believe 59-year old Walter Mitchell advertised the chest-freezer and then sold it to someone on Reed Road in Chino Valley sometime between mid-November and December 19-th. The freezer is a 1970’s to early 1980’s model, top loading style, and off pale yellow in color. In December, human limbs and heads were found in remote locations in the Prescott and Chino Valley areas. It’s believed Mitchell, who used to own “Future GenX” in Seattle Washington, a business that managed cadavers for research, brought the remains with him and then dumped them illegally. He remains in custody. If you have information, contact YCSO.


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