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Alternate Emergency Non Emergency Dad checked at cabin and he had never arrived. Vehicle was a lease and neither vehicle or Steven were located. Bakker - Date of Death: April 14, Terry, age 25, woke to noises at the front door of his home at E. Atkin Ave. Terry went to the door and got it partly opened when the suspect forced it all the way open. The suspect then ran across the front lawn and Terry pursued him.
Terry collapsed near his front porch. He was transported to the hospital and later succumbed to his injuries. Witnesses describe the suspect as a white male with short curly dark brown or black hair. He was possibly wearing a red stocking cap. After fleeing the scene the suspect was observed being picked up by someone in a light blue compact car. This case was originally an unidentified found remains case.
Several human bones were found along I by duck hunters on October 8, The remains were located in a field off the I frontage road about 1. Extensive efforts were made to determine the identity of the remains including isotope analysis, and comparison with DNA and dental records to numerous missing persons across the US. In August of the remains were identified, through DNA comparisons to a family member, as belonging to Nikole Bakoles. Nikole, age 20, was the mother to a young daughter at the time of her disappearance and death.
She was from the Washington area, where her family still resides. Her family had little contact with her after she moved to Salt Lake City in with her boyfriend, Joel Chaudeoin. The contact stopped all together in They reported her missing in Nikole was last seen March 15, Chaudoin stated they had an argument and that he left. He claims that was the last time he ever saw her. She had been shot multiple times and was left by the side of the road.
The investigation yielded sufficient evidence to identify the suspect and issue a warrant for the arrest of Arturo Munguia aka: Jessi Vega and other alias names. This case was originally the found remains of an unidentified person. The body of a nude female was found wrapped in carpeting in an area of the old Salt Lake Beach, near I The time of death was estimated to be approximately one month prior to her body being located.
Her body was located by a motorist on October 25, The cause of death was unable to be determined but may have been strangulation. The circumstances led to the case being classified as a homicide. The body remained unidentified until June of when DNA testing confirmed her identity as that of Patricia Barrett. Patricia was 45 years-old at the time of her disappearance. It is believed she had only been in the Salt Lake area a couple of months prior to vanishing. She was originally from the Texas area and had family there. Contact with Patricia indicated she may have been homeless prior to her disappearance.
She suffered mental illness and had been diagnosed with schizophrenia. The last known contact with Patricia was with her children on August 31, They continued to look for her for the years leading up to her identification.
An armed male suspect entered the store and proceeded to commit a robbery. Both Michael and a female clerk were shot. Michael died at the scene and the clerk died later as a result of her injuries. The suspect attempted to shoot another deliveryman but the gun did not discharge. Valaine, age 18, was a student at the LDS Business College at the time of her disappearance and murder.
She was last seen leaving the building her class was in at am on May 5, She had plans to meet her roommate at their apartment at noon to go shopping. Valaine never arrived to that appointment. Relatives and friends described her as being very punctual.
She had been assaulted. The cause of death is determined to be strangulation. She left her 5 year old daughter in the care of a friend while she went to run errands. There has been no contact with friends or family since that time. Bobbi Ann was also scheduled for a court appearance in Lehi, Utah on January 9, that she possibly showed up for.
Her car was found in the area of South West several months later. Dental records and DNA are available in this case.
Buddy, age 45, was the Pharmacist and owner of the Kearns Pharmacy located at West South at the time of his death. At approximately pm on the evening of August 27,Buddy and a Sales Clerk were in the process of preparing to close the store for the night when a masked gunman entered the store.
The suspect forced the clerk to the ground and demanded narcotics and cash, firing a shot in the process. The demands were met and the suspect then forced Buddy and the clerk outside at gunpoint. The suspect told them both to run. They ran toward a field when the suspect opened fire, hitting Buddy. He died as a result of the wound. Left for work and never returned and has not contacted anyone. Robert, a.
The Granite Club was located at S. Highland Drive. Robert was there until approximately midnight at which time he left alone. He had been shot and succumbed to the injuries. He had lived in that area for several years and knew the terrain well. He told friends he was going for a hike in the area of Hell Gate at about pm. Kimberly, age 28, was a mother and wife living in Sandy at the time of her death. She left her house at approximately am on the morning of January 15, telling her husband she was going to help a friend move.
Her body was discovered by the gates of Butterfield Canyon at approximately W. She had been shot multiple times. Ann had been a victim of domestic violence. She told her roommate her ex-husband was trying to find her and take her to Vegas. Juan, a. He was working as a general contractor at the time of his death. Officers responded to a call for shots fired at the Holy Oak apartments located at S.
Main Street on Midvale at around am on August 29, Several people were with Juan in the apartment at the time of the incident when an altercation broke out between Juan and five other men. Witnesses heard the argument and then a gunshot. The five men were then seen fleeing the residence on foot. Juan made it from the apartment to the balcony of his apartment before collapsing.
Paramedics responded and Juan was flown by Life Flight to the hospital but did not survive the gunshot wound he suffered. Witnesses identified Aristeo Colon as the shooter. Colon had been in a dispute over a drug deal with the victim in the weeks prior to the shooting. Evidence from the shooting also linked Colon to the homicide.
Corazon, age 26, went to dinner with her in-laws on the evening of February 4, Afterward she picked up a few groceries and then proceeded home to her apartment located in at S. Cobble Creek Road. It appears she was first attacked as she got out of her 2-door white Mercury Cougar in the parking lot of the apartment complex. She was found the following morning in the bushes adjacent to the parking lot of a church located at S. Vine Street. She had been severely beaten. She was unconscious at the time she was found and died a short time later at the hospital as a result of blunt force trauma injuries and exposure to the elements.
At the time of his disappearance Harold was 27 years-old. He is a Hispanic Male. Brown eyes and black hair. No distinguishing marks, tattoos, or scars at the time of his disappearance. Harold had been in the Salt Lake area for 8 months. He was visiting his sister in the area of East and South in Millcreek.
Harold is from Venezuela and spoke limited English. He has his degree in Materials Engineering from Venezuela and was applying for a Cambridge doctorate program. Harold was suffering from mental problems at the time, possibly due to a traumatic event. He had been prescribed medication but was not taking it. Because of this mental state Harold is considered an endangered missing person. Harold took a labor job, washing cars, when he needed money and may do the same again. He was known to carry a weapon and large amounts of cash from his drug dealings. Manuel was out partying with friends in the early morning hours of August 5, That was the last he was seen.
Manuel was driving a silver Thunderbird 2-door hardtop that night. Witnesses recall seeing two men park the car near the Jordan River Parkway at approximately S. They stayed in the vehicle for several hours. The driver was male, possibly Hispanic.Blond who works at West Valley City Utah farm
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