Following a search warrant executed by the Roscoe Police Department (lead agency) and the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office, and the Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigations; a missing woman’s body was found at the U-Haul Storage of Roscoe at 12522 North 2nd Street in Roscoe on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.
The Roscoe Police Department identified the body as Michelle Arnold-Boesinger, age 33 of Harvard, Illinois. She was found deceased in a storage unit. Roscoe police were called to the storage facility on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 to assist at the request of multiple other agencies at the scene.
Michelle Arnold-Boesinger had been reported missing from a Holiday Hills location since January 3, 2021. The Holiday Hills Police Department turned over the investigation to the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office on January 26, 2021. Roscoe is located in Winnebago County, just north of Rockford, and is located about 50 miles west-northwest of Holiday Hills in McHenry County. Roscoe is also located about 6 miles south of the Illinois-Wisconsin state line.
The U-Haul Storage of Roscoe provides one-story storage units at the northwest corner of 2nd Street (Route 251) and McCurry Road in Roscoe. The intersection is near a sparsely populated commercial and a residential area at the northeast corner of Route 251 and McCurry Road in Roscoe Township.
The case is under investigation with multiple law enforcement agencies involved. Roscoe Police Department is continuing as the lead law agency in the death investigation.
The cause of death of Michelle Arnold-Boesinger was not initially released.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to call McHenry County Sheriff’s investigators at 815-334-4750.
JUST IN: The body found at a Roscoe U-Haul storage unit earlier this week has been identified as a Harvard woman. https://t.co/pov8bGxDQ7
— 13WREX (@13WREX) March 4, 2021
#UPDATE: This investigation was initiated from a missing person’s report received by the Holiday Hills Police Department on Jan. 3. On Jan. 26, the investigation was turned over to the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office.
— 23 WIFR (@23WIFR) March 4, 2021
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