Woman Found Dead In Mobile Home Park


Ariela , reporter

On September 5, 2018, in Tucson, Arizona a woman was found dead in a mobile home park. The investigators at the scene told Tucson News Now, that they had found a blood trail that lead them to an apartment complex across the street from where the body was found. There have been no arrests made in the case.

A hairstylist named Hilda Ayla works right next to the crime scene. Hilda said that she was not surprised when she heard the news that there had been a homicide. Hilda thinks that it’s sad the woman died, but she was questioning why the woman was out at 1 a.m. in what is called a “not so good” neighborhood- by Prince and Romero Roads. Hilda said, “I have been through this 2 years ago. So I wasn’t that shocked. They say our neighborhood is not that great.”

Hilda says she would like to see the police get rid of the crime in this area. According to Hilda there are constantly people walking around in the area, and she’s worried about her customers.

“I have a lot of older customers and I’m afraid for them, not for me because they wouldn’t know how to defend themselves. I do because I carry a very heavy purse,” she said.

Police are asking the public for help on the case. Anyone with information is asked to contact 88-crime.