Mystery over woman's murder in Alaska cruise ship

Mystery over woman's murder in Alaska cruise ship

Mystery over woman's murder in Alaska cruise ship

The FBI is investigating a "suspicious" death aboard a Princess Cruises ship in Alaska.

Time reports the suspect was taken into custody late Wednesday and is expected to be charged today in what federal authorities are calling a domestic dispute that led to the Tuesday night death of a woman aboard the Emerald Princess in USA waters off Alaska.

Burkholz said the ship departed from Seattle on Sunday for a seven-day round trip cruise across Alaska.

They were seen taking photos of Gastineau Channel and Juneau from the decks and balconies of the cruise ship, which was diverted to the capital city of Alaska because of the investigation.

The FBI gets involved in deaths that occur in global or USA waters.

Anchorage FBI spokeswoman Staci Feger-Pellessier said the death, aboard the Emerald Princess near Juneau, was reported to the FBI Wednesday morning.

The U.S. attorney's office announced it would hold a news conference with representatives of the FBI and Coast Guard on Thursday in Anchorage to announce federal charges against Manzanares. The FBI has jurisdiction in the case because the incident happened over the water. Other passengers were able to move about the ship, but not disembark.

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The woman who died after domestic abuse while on an Alaskan cruise has been identified as Kristy Manzanares.

"Court documents say a man entered the cabin and saw the woman on the floor covered in blood", according to the news wire.

The groups were whisked away in vehicles with dark-tinted windows that waited in a restricted area of the port.

Deaths on board cruise ships have occurred in the past. The ship is carrying 3,400 passengers and 1,100 crew members.

Princess Cruises confirmed Wednesday that a passenger aboard an Alaska-bound cruise that left Seattle was killed Tuesday night, apparently by her husband.

A Cruise Line Agencies of Alaska schedule shows the Coral Princess, a Princess Cruises liner, was scheduled to dock in Juneau from 8 a.m. Tuesday to 9:15 p.m. Tuesday night.

Conversations were underway to offer passengers compensation for lost time, such as providing credits for shore excursions, Princess Cruises spokeswoman Negin Kamali said.

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