Wallace Guidroz: MEO issues a death certificate on cold case

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Wallace Guidroz, the little boy that disappeared in 1983 has been declared officially dead.

A death certificate has been issued by the Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office in Washington. They listed the cause of death as a blunt force injury to the head and the DOD as the day he went missing.  Issuing a death certificate without a body is highly unusual. 

“The investigation confirmed what had been suspected for some time, said Gene Miller a Tacoma cold-case homicide detective.

Wallace was 2 1/2 when he disappeared on January 10, 1983, while on a fishing trip with his dad, Stanley Guidroz in Tacoma, Washington.  His dad said that Wallace was taken by a man and a woman , but after a thorough search Wallace was never found.

Stanley was arrested for murder his wife last March.  Police say that he was driving around with her body in the passenger seat of his car.  She had been fatally stabbed. Stanley is currently in jail on charges of killing his wife.

In June, there has been a recent search for Wallace’s body near the Ruston Way waterfront, but no evidence turned up. 

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