2 suspects arrested months after San Francisco woman’s body found stuffed into duffel bag at Golden Gate Park

22 days ago

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Two suspects were arrested over the suspicious death of a San Francisco woman who was found dead inside a duffel bag in August.

Police were called the Golden Gate Park on August 13 after the body of 37-year-old Kelly Koike was discovered in a duffel bag at the north end of the park.

Koike was reportedly homeless and suffered from mental illness; a dog walker found her body near the grounds of the Outside Lands music festival on its final day.

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  • Since the discovery, the county medical examiner has ruled the death as suspicious but couldn’t determine a cause of death.

    Following a months-long investigation led by San Francisco homicide detectives, police arrested two suspects in the case.

    Alexander Madden, 26, and Emilia Beckhusen, 33, were arrested earlier this month on suspicion of unlawful disposal of human remains and conspiracy.

    Investigators declined to reveal the suspects’ relationship to the victim but asked anyone with information about the case to call the SFPD at (415) 575-4444.