Agua Dulce body still not ID’d
Sheriff, Stock, SCV,
By Kevin Kenney
Friday, December 30th, 2016

The L.A. County coroner’s office hopes to have a better idea by next week about the identity of skeletal remains that were found in Agua Dulce on Christmas Day.

Ed Winter, assistant chief of investigations for the Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office, told The Signal on Friday that the remains had not yet been examined, but that he might have more information after the holiday weekend.

“It hasn’t been identified yet,” Winter said, declining to give any specifics about the body, its state of decomposition, or even whether the remains are those of a male or a female.

Winter did confirm the remains were found about 4 p.m. on Christmas Day by a horseback rider on a trail near the 8300 block of Escondido Road.

While it has not yet been determined if a homicide was committed, the Sheriff’s Department’s homicide bureau – which investigates all deaths – is handling the case.

kkenney@signalscv.com

(661) 287-5525

 

About the author

Kevin Kenney

Kevin Kenney

Over 30-plus years, Kevin Kenney has been a writer and editor for United Press International, the New York Post and Fox Sports, among other outlets. He joined The Signal in 2016.

Sheriff, Stock, SCV,

Agua Dulce body still not ID’d

The L.A. County coroner’s office hopes to have a better idea by next week about the identity of skeletal remains that were found in Agua Dulce on Christmas Day.

Ed Winter, assistant chief of investigations for the Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office, told The Signal on Friday that the remains had not yet been examined, but that he might have more information after the holiday weekend.

“It hasn’t been identified yet,” Winter said, declining to give any specifics about the body, its state of decomposition, or even whether the remains are those of a male or a female.

Winter did confirm the remains were found about 4 p.m. on Christmas Day by a horseback rider on a trail near the 8300 block of Escondido Road.

While it has not yet been determined if a homicide was committed, the Sheriff’s Department’s homicide bureau – which investigates all deaths – is handling the case.

kkenney@signalscv.com

(661) 287-5525

 

About the author

Kevin Kenney

Kevin Kenney

Over 30-plus years, Kevin Kenney has been a writer and editor for United Press International, the New York Post and Fox Sports, among other outlets. He joined The Signal in 2016.