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    Big story in Seattle Area - Sex web site murder

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    SKAGIT COUNTY, Wash. -- Detectives said they have interviewed several persons of interest in the murder of Ferndale High School track coach Jeremy Scully, and they do not believe Scully's death was the result of a random crime.

    Scully, 38, disappeared while driving from his Bellingham apartment to a friend's house in Alger. Investigators confirmed on Wednesday that the body found near his abandoned car was that of Scully.

    Following his disappearance, a married woman who said she was having an affair with Scully contacted police and directed them to his apartment. The woman told police said she did not hear from Scully during the day on Friday, which was very unusual.

    When she called home to let her husband know that she was headed home from work, he asked her to pick him up at the Squires Lake Trailhead off of Old Highway 99 near the Whatcom County line.

    According to police documents, the woman later learned her husband had invited Scully to their home to work on the roof on the day he disappeared. Her husband told police he had communicated with Scully via messages on the Internet.

    Bellingham police contacted the couple on Sunday and during questioning, the man alluded to the fact that Scully was dead, the documents said.

    Police on Wednesday searched the couple's home and found several guns the man said he owned, boxes of ammo and a small bag of marijuana. Police seized the items as well and the computers found inside the home.

    Sheriff Will Reichardt declined to confirm whether the couple were the people of interest that detectives have identified.

    Reichardt said Sully's body was found Sunday by hikers in a rugged area of Blanchard Mountain, some 200 yards off the main road through thick underbrush. The hikers reported the discovery to a Whatcom County sheriff's deputy who was in the area searching for Scully.

    Scully's car was found abandoned on Interstate 5 near Lake Samish, about 8 miles from where the body was located.

    An autopsy showed Scully died of a gunshot wound to the head.

    On Tuesday, detectives revealed that Scully belonged to a Web site whose members meet for sex. Deputies said Scully's activities on the site AdultFriendFinder.com may or may not be related to his disappearance.

    Scully coached pole vault at Ferndale High School for eight years. He also worked as a substitute teacher at the school and helped coach pole vaulting at Western Washington University.

    "I've coached track for 21 years and I've never worked with somebody so passionate," Ferndale High track coach Ted Genger said. "I've never worked with someone so responsible. He was always the first coach to get there and the last coach to leave, day in and day out."

    Silence blanketed the track at the school on Wednesday after investigators confirmed the body as Scully.

    "I look over there and I keep waiting to see Jeremy over there," said Genger.

    Pole vaulter Dylan Eastwood remembers the intensity over their victory the day before Scully disappeared.

    "We won the meet and he was pretty pumped up about that. I've never seen Mr. Scully more pumped up than that," he said.

    The news of Scully's membership on an adult sex Web site has stirred up mixed emotions among those mourning his death.

    "First it was hard to consume. Now it's really weird, just shocking," said student Ashley Crape.

    "I separate the two pieces," said Genger. "The person who was here every day in the spring working with the kids -- that's who we saw."

    "He had a mantra -- 'every jump is an opportunity.' And that is always going to stick with me," said Crape.
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    Gee whiz, I wonder who shot him?

    Meanwhile, fishing in Russia:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Five-0 View Post
    Gee whiz, I wonder who shot him?
    Big mystery, eh?

    Turns out his girlfriend knew and approved of his activity, but perhaps his mistresses hubby wasn't so forgiving.
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