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DA reveals causes of death in Coos County double murder

Fraiser was unable to clarify how Ashley Webber was related to the victims, but he said they believe she was staying at the residence.

Posted: Apr 16, 2020 11:34 AM
Updated: May 3, 2021 10:35 AM

BANDON, Ore. -- Coos County District Attorney Paul Frasier has revealed the causes of death of the two victims who died early Saturday morning near Bandon. 

Frasier told KEZI 9 News that Mike Lambert sustained multiple stab wounds to his back that caused internal bleeding, which led to his death. Lambert also had a gunshot wound to his neck, but it wasn't fatal.

Jasmine Moon, 28, suffered multiple gunshots to her torso, which caused damage to her lungs and heart.  

Autopsies of the victims were conducted Wednesday.

MORE: BAIL SET AT $2M FOR COOS COUNTY DOUBLE MURDER SUSPECT

Ashley Webber, 33, is accused of killing Lambert and Moon, and she was arraigned in court this week. Bail was set at $2 million.

Frasier was unable to clarify how Webber was related to the victims, but he said they believe she was staying at the residence.

RELATED: 2 DEAD, 1 IN CUSTODY IN COOS COUNTY HOMICIDE

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to contact the Coos County Sheriff's Office. 

Webber is scheduled to be in court again on April 20.

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