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Monday, April 19, 2021

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However, when everyone went home, he was nowhere to be found. Part of his body washed up a week later and shortly after that his death was ruled a homicide. The case of this 21-year-old from Chino California is a priority for the Army Criminal Justice Command. The Army Criminal Justice Command is now working with the FBI along with offering a $25,000 award for any information on the case that leads to an arrest of the murder.

Source: https://www.fayobserver.com/story/news/military/2020/07/30/fbi-helping-army-investigators-try-find-who-murdered-paratrooper/5550328002/

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