Julia Jacobson, 37, and her dog had been missing since September 2. On Friday afternoon, searchers found the Army veteran and her shaggy Wheaten terrier named Boogie, buried in a shallow grave in the southern California desert.
According to CbsLosAngeles, Julia’s vehicle was found by authorities a week after she disappeared near her San Diego home with the keys still in the ignition. Forensic evidence led authorities to believe she had been the victim of foul play.
On October 13, Dalen Ware, was arrested and charged with murdering Julia – his ex-wife. Authorities stated Ware had tipped off authorities to the “place he had buried” both Jacobson and Boogie. No motive for the murder has been made public at this time.
Julia, a retired U.S. Army captain, served two tours of duty in Iraq.
Rest in peace Julia and Boogie.
(Photos of army veteran Julia Jacobsen and Boogie via screenshots Fox News)
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