It was James who discovered the unthinkable. He looked into the woods, and saw what he thought was a mannequin. But upon closer inspection, he realized it was the nude (except for one sock), and mutilated body of June McSween.
Pablo later told police, when he saw the blonde hair, “I knew it was June.”
The men said there were enormous amounts of blood throughout the parking lot and along the wall of the house on Park Avenue, describing it as horrifying.
Once Investigators arrived with crime lab technicians, the bar and the entire perimeter, including the area of woods where the corpse was discovered, was cordoned off. Investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, swept surfaces inside the bar for fingerprints, including pool balls and cues.
According to David Brown, an expert in trace evidence such as footwear and tool mark impressions, he gathered evidence near June’s vehicle. “It appears a struggle occurred in that area,” he said.