Murrieta has one of the fastest growing populations in all of the state of California. Indeed, between the census of 2000 and the census of 2010, the population of Murrieta grew by 134 percent. The current population is approaching 110,000.

Murrieta is almost entirely a residential community. There are businesses that support the day to day living needs of the residents of the city. Murrieta typically is considered to be a commuter community, with a good percentage of its population traveling to nearby cities for work that includes:

  • Other cities in Riverside Country
  • San Diego County
  • Orange County
  • Los Angeles County
  • Camp Pendleton

Murrieta has award-winning schools and a relatively low crime rate. This has made the city a popular locale for growing families. With that noted, 2018 was a year when the life of one family in the community cast a pall over Murrieta.

Son Murders Father in Murrieta

Many people in Murrieta were spending Saturday with their families. One might imagine that the day started in a similar fashion at the Hunt-Tanner household in Murrieta. However the day started with that family, it ended in a very different way. The Hunt-Tanner family would be forever changed because of a murder in Murrieta.

Around 3:00 in the afternoon, the Murrieta Police Department and paramedics received calls about the need for “medical aid” at the Hunt-Tanner residence. Upon arriving at the home, police and paramedics encountered a man in his 50s on the floor of the residence. He suffered from what were described as significant, severe injuries. He had been the victim of blunt force trauma and stabbing. Paramedics declared the man dead at the scene of the crime.

The police investigation resulted in the determination that Nicolas Hunt-Tanner was responsible for killing the 50-something-year-old man. The deceased man was Nicolas Hunt-Tanner’s father. The younger Hunt-Tanner is 22-years old.

The younger Hunt-Tanner was taken into custody and charged with murder. He was held on a $1 million bond.

Biohazard Cleanup in Murrieta

When some type of violent incident occurs in the city, including a homicide or suicide, the need for what broadly is known as biohazard cleanup in Murrieta occurs. This type of biohazard remediation is also necessary for the event of an accident or when what technically is known as an unattended death occurs. Indeed, if a residence or business ends up dealing with a rat, mouse, or raccoon issue, biohazard cleanup in Murrieta may become necessary to address the droppings and urine left behind by these animals.

If a person confronts a situation in which a loved one has died by homicide, by his or her own hand, or by accident in a residence or business, people close to the deceased individual typically are left with the task of cleaning up the aftermath.

The remediation process potentially brings a person face to face with biohazardous pathogens. These are viruses or bacteria that can cause diseases in human beings – even fatal diseases. Thus, the biohazard cleanup process must be approached with extreme care. This includes utilizing appropriate personal protective equipment that must include:

  • Mask
  • Goggles
  • Gloves
  • Apron or similar covering

A cautionary note must be borne in mind when it comes to personally address the aftermath of some sort of violent death. When a person loses a loved one like a family member by a violent death, the emotional challenges that follow are immense and intense. The bereavement process can be almost overwhelming. Indeed, in the absence of professional support and assistance, the grief process can actually prove to be overwhelming.

Taking on the task of biohazard cleanup in Murrieta on one’s own can add a truly unnecessary and significant burden to a person’s life. Taking on such a task personally magnifies the emotional challenges in a manifold number of ways. In short, the consistent recommendation from professionals familiar with this type of death scene remediation is firm and uniform in recommending that a person who lost a loved on by a violent, traumatic death retain the services of a professional biohazard cleanup specialist. Such an expert that not only the skills and experience but the compassion and wherewithal to effectively and safely address this type of challenging endeavor.

Murrieta Grief Therapy

As mentioned previously, a person who loses a loved one by a traumatic or violent death of some type may be wise to seek professional assistance from a Murrieta grief therapist. There are different options available to a person in this type of situation, including group grief therapy and individual grief therapy. Murrieta grief therapists include:

Madelyn Kunysz
24885 Whitewood Road, Suite 102
Murrieta, California 92563
(951) 572-2947

Rachel Lopes
25020 Las Brisas Road, Suite 202
Murrieta, California 92562
(951) 900-3179

Paulette Ann Gorsuch
39755 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Suite 160
Murrieta, California 92563
(951) 588-3394

Murrieta Christian Counseling
40515 California Oaks Road
Murrieta, California 92562
(951) 249-7363

Author

Emily Kil

Co-Owner of Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company

Together with her husband, Emily Kil is co-owner of Eco Bear, a leading biohazard remediation company in Southern California. An experienced entrepreneur, Emily assisted in founding Eco Bear as a means of combining her business experience with her desire to provide assistance to people facing challenging circumstances. Emily regularly writes about her first-hand experiences providing services like biohazard cleanup, suicide cleanup, crime scene cleanup, unattended death cleanup, and other types of difficult remediations in homes and businesses.