22-Year-Old Woman’s Death Considered Suspicious, says MCSO

Press release from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office:

On 01-11-2022 at 10:06 AM the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center received a call regarding a suspicious situation near the intersection of Parducci Road and Christy Lane in Ukiah, California.

A passing motorist reported seeing an unresponsive person laying near the roadway which prompted the call to the dispatch center.

Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the area and located a deceased female adult who was subsequently identified as being Alyssa Mae Sawdey, a 22 year-old female from Ukiah, California.

Sheriff’s Detectives were summoned to the scene and began an investigation into the circumstances of Sawdey’s death.

On 01-12-2022 a forensic autopsy was conducted on Sawdey’s body and official results of that autopsy are pending BA/Toxicology analysis which are expected to take several weeks before the results are returned to the Sheriff’s Office.

At this time Sawdey’s death is considered suspicious in nature and the investigation into her death is ongoing at this time.

There is no further information available for public release, at this time due, to the ongoing investigation.

Anyone who has information that could assist Sheriff’s Detectives are urged to contacted the Sheriff’s Office Tip-Line by calling 707-234-2100 or the WeTip anonymous crime reporting hotline at 800-782-7463.

Categories: Crime

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    • This young lady cheered with my daughter she is not a bad person in a persons rap sheet says nothing about the way they died. I’m sure her parents would be heartbroken to read your comment. This young girl may have been a victim of human trafficking.

      • I’m sorry, but her activities very well may have played a role leading up to her unfortunate passing. The way we ALL act can have a profound impact on the outcome of our lives (Success/Failure).

  1. Walter, why was it so important to point this out? She was someone’s daughter, someone’s grandchild, someone’s friend, yet you have to do this? They don’t want your phony “condolences”.

  2. @knitbunnie,
    🙏 I pray for this family tonight. Alyssa was just a baby. And her family needs the love and support of compassionate community. 🌷♥️ You have my unconditional love, support, and prayers.

    That’s exactly why people would rather not have their loved ones publicly posted.
    All you haters…and naysayers …go somewhere else and spew your hateful venom or support these poor families who have to have their deep personal wounds hung out for all to see and senselessly and cruelly comment on.


  3. Allysa was my daughter’s best friend and like one of my own
    Shame on you for your comment. If this world had more people like her in this world and less like you we would be alot better off. . How dare you follow up with some fake ass condolences. Shame on you.

    • 🌷She was also a friend of my nieces. And my neighbor for a time. She was always sweet to me. Very sad…

    • Shame on you for your lame attack. You are always fowling up these blogs with your lame opinions and assumptions about anything and everything you know nothing about. Almost everything you opine about is your lame internal speculation just like in this case. Don’t care how you view issues through your weed colored glasses. You’re an expert on everything and nothing at the same time. Retire your keyboard please.

  4. Take it however you want ass^hol%s. Booking sheet listed “conspiracy”, which implies shitty friends was my reference.. Keyboard warriors who claim to be true friends show up at the lamest times.

    • My thoughts;

      😇Life’s short. Blessed are the merciful, they shall receive mercy [from God].

      I want to forgive and be forgiven.

      I wanna be the reason someone believes they can change their life.

      I want to be the reason someone hopes for a miracle and believes one can happen to them!

      I want to be a better person who cares for and inspires others to be better. And I want to be inspired by someone. 😇

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