In July, 25-year-old James Radtke was arrested following the shooting death of his 16-year-old girlfriend Kelsey Carte. Police were called to his residence by Carte’s mother but were denied entry; hours later, Radtke and his housemates drove Carte to Enumclaw Community Hospital in Kent, Washington, where she was declared dead on arrival.
And then the story gets weird.
Police now say that Radtke replaced Carte’s gravestone with one bearing his name, but out of sympathy for the deceased, he spelled out her name on the tombstone using Taco Bell wrappers. He has since been issued a restraining order, presumably preventing him from defiling her grave any further. I was under the impression that there was already a law for that in Washington, but I’ve been wrong before. [Source; Image]