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Cole Strandberg (22) confessed to strangling and bashing a woman to death in his apartment
Published: Jan 11, 2008 @ 2:12 PM
Cole Strandberg (22)
Jan 07, 2008
Latah Valley, WA
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Spokane Police have identified the victim in Monday's homicide in Latah Valley as 21-year-old Jennifer Bergeron.
She was found dead in an apartment on the 1300 block of South Chestnut early that morning. She was nude with a large wound to her face. The medical examiner says Bergeron was strangled.
According to a probable cause document, 22-year-old suspect Cole Strandberg was turned into police by Sacred Heart Medical Center hospital workers Monday morning.
While at the hospital, Strandberg spoke to Sacred Heart workers about a female deady body and that he "did something really bad." Strandberg told hospital workers that "he would probably go to prison for this and wouldn't get out until he was 60."
Workers inspected Strandberg's clothing and found that though his shoes did not have any blood on them, his feet were covered in blood. Police said Strandberg told the workers to "call police and send them to his apartment."
Police found the weapon that may have caused the wound to the victim's face, and also noticed that Strandberg may have attempted to clean the apartment to rid it of some of the evidence.
The relationship between Strandberg and Bergeron remains unclear.
Murder victim strangled, bashed in head
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