No Foul Play Suspected in Unalaska Woman's Death

Monday, November 04 2013

Misty King, age 40, was found dead during a welfare check at her home in Unalaska on Friday.

King was alone in the locked house when she died. Director of Public Safety Jamie Sunderland says there were no signs of foul play.

The medical examiner has already released King’s body to her family. Sunderland says they aren't planning to perform an autopsy.

Holly on Wednesday, November 13 2013:

Although time and years separated us, when we talked it was like time never passed. Im sad that you've been taken so suddenly and so soon. Your posts and your friendship will be missed dearly. I feel saddest for your daughter and your son. They only have you looking over them now, not holding their hands. Having you gone is heartbreaking, but I hope you are in a better place now. RIP my dear friend.

Jeni Andersen on Tuesday, November 12 2013:

As a child I have great memories of Misty, she was a long time friend of me older sister. I have enjoyed over the years seeing her posts on facebook, and the obvious love she had for her daughter and son. She was a very proud mother. May she rest in peace, and may her children find comfort in knowing rhey have a beautiful guardian angel watching over them.

Jen on Tuesday, November 12 2013:

Despite the years that divided us, the miles between us and the path that lead us in different directions, you were never forgotten. You were a good person, to the bone. To your family, Misty; although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.

Bryan Andersen on Monday, November 11 2013:

Heaven has a new Angel now, but we have one less. Misty you will be missed.

Danyelle Stahl on Monday, November 11 2013:

That was my mother. She had a daughter as well

Family friend on Wednesday, November 06 2013:

My deepest condolences to her father and son. Many prayers for them both in this time of loss.Rest in peace Misty.

Jeanne on Wednesday, November 06 2013:

Condolences and prayers to the family. Rest in peace, Misty.

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