Quilcene: Skull identified as that of missing table shuffleboard player

QUILCENE — Two days after a skull was positively identified as that of renowned table shuffleboard player Chris Danke, Jefferson County sheriff’s detectives are exploring a variety of leads that may account for her 1997 disappearance and death.

Authorities confirmed Wednesday that the skull found Aug. 10 near Rices Lake is that of Danke, 37, of Bremerton.

Danke was reported missing Nov. 1, 1997, just one day after her boyfriend died in a crash on Center Road north of town.


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