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Transient Portland woman found dead in Columbia River may have been killed

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VANCOUVER, Washington — The Clark County sheriff's office says a Portland woman whose body was found in the Columbia River near Ridgefield may have been the victim of homicidal violence some time in late December.

The sheriff's office says 40-year-old Jessica Newton was a transient and her death is suspicious. A boater spotted her body Jan. 2 on the shore of Bachelor's Island.

Sheriff's detectives would like to hear from anyone who had contact with her.

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