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Person of interest, Spencer Douglas Grant, sought in death of Adre-Anna Jackson

There are still no answers in the death of 10 year old Adre-Anna Jackson. Adre-Anna JacksonInvestigated have scoured the area where the remains of Adre-Anna Jackson were found. At this time there has yet to be determined a cause of death of the 10 year old 4th grader.

Medical examiners and a forensic anthropologist analyzed the 10-year-old girl’s remains while nearly 100 law enforcement officers, evidence technicians and volunteers combed through a brush-covered lot in Lakewood, looking for clues that might explain what happened to the Tillicum fourth-grader.

Although there are no suspects to this terrible crime, police are looking for a 44 year old man “person of interest,” Spencer Douglas Grant . According to police they believe that this man has information to a transient camp where the body of 10-year-old Adre’anna Jackson was found last week.

Police are looking for a 44-year-old man they say might have Spencer Douglas Grantinformation about a transient camp where the body of 10-year-old Adre’anna Jackson was found last week, Chief Larry Saunders said Monday.

Saunders said Spencer Douglas Grant is not a suspect in Jackson’s death, but police believe he has information about the camp. “We believe that he’s aware of what’s going on at the camp,” Saunders said. (The Olympian)

Spencer Douglas Grant, Drifter sought in probe of girl’s death

Although Spencer “Spence” Douglass Grant is not considered a suspect at this time, authorities do want to talk to him as he is known to frequent this area. According to reports a woman identified as Grant’s mother is also worried of this where abouts.

Lakewood police said the man, Spencer Douglas Grant or “Spence,” is Adre-Anna Jackson memorialnot a suspect in the girl’s death. He is a transient who frequents the vacant, overgrown lot where Adre’Anna’s skull and spine were found Tuesday by children playing. Police said they have reason to think he can help them.

“We hope he comes forward because he wants to do the right thing,” said Lakewood police Lt. Bret Farrar. “A lot of people do when it comes to children.”

Police are also hoping that a reward — which was raised to $60,000 yesterday when the FBI contributed $50,000 to the fund — will be an added incentive, Farrar said.

A woman who identified herself as Grant’s mother said she, too, is worried she doesn’t know his whereabouts. (Seattle Times)

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April 11th, 2006 at 11:58am Posted by | Adre-Anna Jackson, Found Deceased | one comment