Pace said police have spoken to her and her and husband Eric, several times since the body was discovered.
She said she had never seen the woman during the nine years the woman has lived at 75 Stillman Road. But her father, who lives with Joy and Eric Pace, had seen the woman a number of times, Joy pace said.
The last time the father saw the woman was last summer, when he helped the man who lived there install an air conditioner in the house, Joy Pace said. Her father told her that the woman looked “frail.”
Land records show that John Z. Waszynski owns the ranch style, single-family at 75 Stillman Road. He received it from the estate of Julian Waszynski in January 2006, records say.
Julian Waszynski bought the home in 1965, according to land records.
The home sits on a triangle of land bounded by a drainage canal in a neighborhood of small, well-kept homes a stone’s throw from the border with Hartford. The drainage canal splits Stillman Road, creating a dead end by the house.
The yard and house appeared earlier this week to be reasonably well cared for, with flowers in beds out front.
John Waszynski’s father, Julian Waszynski died in 2005. He was a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp, according to his obituary in The Hartford Courant.
The police chief said an officer was dispatched to the house at 11:12 p.m. on Sept. 14 after police received a complaint from a neighbor about the people living there. By the time he arrived, the man who lived there was calmer and more lucid than originally reported, he said, reading from a report.
The officer checked on the woman inside and found her to be OK, Cetran said.
Cetran confirmed that officers had been called to the home on other occasions over complaints that the man who lived there was walking outside naked.