Daughter, Granddaughter Guilty Of Woman's Murder - 1991-08-23

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F6.png Daughter, Granddaughter Guilty Of Woman's Murder August 23, 1991, Julie Emery, Seattle Times

The daughter and granddaughter gave separate statements to police telling how they had chopped up 50 capsules of Dilantin, an anti-seizure medicine, then mixed it in clam chowder and fed it to Van Sickle Nov. 17 in the family home in Rainier Valley.

But when she was still alive the next day, they put a pillow over her face and suffocated her. After a 20-minute struggle, Van Sickle died.


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