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Authorities have finally announced the name of one of the suspects in the murder Kylen Schultz And Crystal Turner.
As you probably know, the newlyweds were found dead near a camp site in Moab, Utah, at the same time last year. Gabby Petito He disappeared after stopping in the area. Wondering if the Internet sleuths initially Brian Laundry The couple’s death had something to do with it, but police quickly diverted their attention to other interested people.
Now, it turns out that one of those POIs has been named as a double murder suspect: Adam Pinkusiwich, Who, according to the Grand County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO), was a former colleague of Crystal. In a tragic turn, he is already dead.
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This information has been informed in a press release of the office Facebook Wednesday:
“Adam Pinkusiewicz was a former McDonald’s employee whose crystal is located in Moab, Utah. [He was] At that time GCSO was identified as one of the many interested persons to be investigated and GCSO made numerous efforts for identification and interviewing. [him]”
The statement noted that the GSCO, through “continuous analysis and evidence gathering”, had learned that Adam was in La Salis and Moab at the time of the killings and had “left the state of Utah shortly after the killings, then committed suicide.”
The statement continued:
“GSCO has conducted numerous interviews and recently received information that before committing suicide, Adam Pinkusiewicz told another party that he had killed two women in Utah and provided specific details that only investigators knew.”
Curse. Sounds pretty sure.
The couple’s body was found on August 18 at a campsite near the La Sal Mountains near Moab; Both women were shot more than once. They were last heard four days ago and were reported missing shortly afterwards.
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Bridget CalvertSchulte’s aunt, said People The newlyweds lived a nomadic life in their vans, moving from camp site to camp site but initially living in the Moab area. While on a camping trip on August 13, the couple told friends they were having problems with a “terrible” guy. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Despite the name of one of the suspects, police noted that the investigation is still ongoing and the case is still closed. Anyone with additional information is asked to contact the Grand County Sheriff’s Office at (435) -259-8115.
Tragic all around.
[Image via Kylen Schulte/Facebook/Grand County Sheriff’s Office]