Sundstrom Case Update: Husband's Remains In Barrel
2/26/2013 (Updated 7:14:24 PM)The details are becoming more lurid in the investigation into the Walton fire, in which authorities say Debra Sundstrom committed suicide after shooting her dog.
The weapon was a 30-30 caliber rifle. Another body, that of Dominick Bosco, was found in the same home at 294 John Lockwood Road.
His death has been ruled a homicide, and because of partial decomposition, authorities believe Bosco was dead for some time before the fire.
And in yet another development Tuesday authorities revealed that the remains of Sundstrom's husband, Randy Sundstrom were found in a sealed barrel, behind Debra Sundstrom's residence at 1884 South River Road in Walton. His death is also ruled a homicide.
Randy Sundstrom's remains were badly decomposed, and police think he might have died several years ago.
Authorities say they didn't know he was missing.
"He was never labeled as a missing person, never called in as a missing person. But as a part of our routine investigation we look into talking to all family, relatives, neighbors, and in doing so we look into... initially we didn't even know she was married. Then we found out she was married, we looked into finding Randy Sandstrom to talk to him," said Lieutenant, Erik Dauber.
State police ask anyone with information about the case to contact them at 607- 561-7400.
All calls will remain confidential.
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