Family of murder victim seeking answers with GoFundMe page; Seeking to raise $10,000 for a reward
Gina Jaschke of SeaTac is the Aunt of Jessica Lewis whose remains, along with her friend Austin "Cash" Wenner were found on the beach near Duwamish Head on June 19. Both people had been shot, their bodies dismembered and the King County Medical Examiner ruled their deaths as homicides. Now Jaschke is seeking answers. She has established a GoFundMe page hoping to raise money for a reward leading to conviction of their killer or killers. The page was set up on Monday July 6 and they hope to raise $10,000. She points out that Lewis was the mother of four children.
The page reads:
On June 19, Seattle Police and Seattle Fire recovered several bags containing human remains that were located near the water in the 1100 block of Alki Avenue SW. The agencies initially responded to the area for reports of a suspicious suitcase washed up on the beach. Another bag was also found in the water, according to police.
Seattle Police homicide detectives, working closely with the King County Medical Examiner’s Office, have identified the remains of two individuals found inside the bags last week.
The bodies have been identified 35-year-old Jessica Lewis, who died on June 16 from multiple gunshot wounds. The second body has been identified as 27-year-old Austin Wenner, who died on June 16 from a gunshot wound of the torso.
Both of the deaths have been ruled as homicides.
PLEASE HELP FIND THE PERSON OR PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS SENSELESS CRIME. This GO FUND ME page is for the REWARD MONEY to help catch these animals. Your donation will help and go to the person who gives the Seattle Police information that leads to the arrest and conviction of these murderers.
Jessica & Cash were good -hearted people. She leaves behind 4 beautiful children. Their parents and family are heartbroken beyond words. Along with countless friends and loved ones.
Somebody knows something, and whoever helps solved this case will receive the money raised for their reward. PLEASE CALL Seattle Police Department’s Violent Crimes tip line at 206-233-5000.