Monroe motorcyclist identified in fatal crash

Detectives are asking for the public’s help to figure out when Jesse Huggins, 36, was last seen alive.

SNOHOMISH — A man killed in a motorcycle crash southeast of Snohomish has been identified.

Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies responded to the crash scene around 3 p.m. Sunday in the 15000 block of Old Snohomish-Monroe Road. Detectives believe Jesse Huggins, 36, of Monroe, lost control of a motorcycle, veered off the road and crashed into heavy brush late Saturday night or early Sunday.

Huggins died at the scene of blunt-force injuries, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office reported Monday.

The sheriff’s Collision Investigation Unit is investigating the cause of the crash.

Huggins had been out with friends on First Street in Snohomish prior to the crash, according to the sheriff’s office. Detectives asked anyone who was with Huggins over the weekend to come forward.

Investigators also believe Huggins may have just passed a vehicle when he crashed, according to the release.

Witnesses are asked to contact sheriff’s detective Marc Monson at with any information.

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