An Oakland businesswoman whose body was found in the trunk of her car was described as “a beloved woman who had a tight embrace”.
Her body was discovered in the trunk of her car 700 meters from her $ 2 million home in Suzetta Pl, Sunnyhills, near Pakuranga, on a Saturday morning. The cause of her death has yet to be determined.
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Zhong was the sole director and shareholder of the Kennedy Point Group Ltd and Carrick Wines Ltd wine manufacturers, both of which are in receivership.
On Monday, Carrick Winery Director Cliff Wickman described Zhong as “a lovely lady who gave a big hug.”
In February 2019, Things She reported that Zhong was selling Carrick Winery, in central Otago, to help fund her movie career. She was the sole director and shareholder of visual effects company Digipost Entertainment Ltd.
Andrew Bethel, of accounting firm BDO, who handles Carrick’s custody, said he was “very shocked” by the news and that his thoughts were with the Zhong family.
Police and forensic officers kept wearing white cauldron suits at Chung’s home on Monday, as a bunch of white roses were placed in a collar.
On Monday, a neighbor said Things, There was an accident at home about a month ago as Chung was taken to hospital in an ambulance.
She said, “There were two friends, one of whom went with her to the hospital and the other stayed at home, sitting outside with his head in his hands.”
On Friday night, the woman noticed that the lights inside Chung’s house had been left on.
Around 4 p.m. on Saturday, the woman’s partner noticed that Chung’s car was parked near her home – she was later found with her body inside.
“He realized that,” she said. “We know everyone’s cars on this street.”
Another neighbor said that a street resident saw a black car, with Chung and another person in it, and left Chung’s garage on Friday night.
“This house was always strange,” the man said.
“I get the impression it is [Zhong] He was the only person who lived there. “
Chung’s friends were seen knocking on doors across the area on Saturday morning, searching for her before the police arrived at the house.
Frank Fu, Chung’s ex-husband, is spotted outside her home on Saturday night. Tell Things He did not know what had happened but was afraid of tampering.
Fu and Chung and their daughter, who now works for Wellington’s Treasury, came to New Zealand in 1997 to work.
He said the couple separated in 2017 and Chung has a new partner.
Anyone with information that might assist the police investigation is asked to call 105, citing file number 201128/1909.
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