Girl discovered decomposing in Encinitas was killed, sheriff’s division says


A decomposing physique found Tuesday night in Encinitas was that of a 43-year-old girl who died by murder and whose mom reported her lacking final week, a sheriff’s lieutenant mentioned Wednesday.

Deputies found the physique of Sabrina Lukosky round 5:15 p.m. Tuesday in small dwelling quarters behind a house on Summit Avenue close to Santa Fe Drive, San Diego sheriff’s murder Lt. Michael Blevins mentioned.

Lukosky’s mom had reported her lacking to the Sheriff’s Division on Oct. three.

Deputies responded Tuesday to the house on Summit Avenue after a neighbor reported a foul odor, Blevins mentioned. When deputies arrived, additionally they observed the stench, prompting them to acquire a search warrant for the house and the dwelling quarters the place they finally discovered Lukosky.

Investigators weren’t initially positive how Lukosky died due to the situation of her physique.

“The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Workplace has performed an post-mortem and decided the sufferer’s method of loss of life as a murder,” Blevins mentioned in an announcement Wednesday.

In an electronic mail Wednesday evening, the lieutenant wrote that “nobody has been recognized as a suspect right now and nobody is in custody.”

Anybody with details about Lukosky’s loss of life was urged to name the sheriff’s murder unit at (858) 285-6330, or after hours at (858) 565-5200. Tipsters may name San Diego County Crime Stoppers’ nameless tip line at (888) 580-8477.