Police arrest Bremerton woman suspected of killing boyfriend, covering it up

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BREMERTON, Wash. — Authorities say a Bremerton woman has been arrested on suspicion of killing her boyfriend and then attempting to cover it up.

Bremerton police suspect the 49-year-old woman killed 59-year-old David Krazel on Feb. 10.

Bremerton Police Detective Matt Thuring says the two had been together for about 10 years and lived in the Stage Coach Mobile and RV park.

Around 9 a.m. that day, police say the woman asked a neighbor to call police because she said she had discovered Krazel dead.

Thuring says the woman told police she believed Krazel had died of a heart attack.

Thuring says the Kitsap County Coroner found that Krazel died from multiple stab wounds.

Detectives determined that someone cleaned the crime scene and disposed of evidence, which police later found in a dumpster and linked to the woman.

She was arrested Tuesday.

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