Monday, June 4, 2012

Five Burnt Bodies Discovered Inside SUV By U.S. Border Patrol In Arizona's Pinal County

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office confirmed that the burnt bodies of five unidentified people were found in Vekol Valley.

By H. Nelson Goodson
June 4, 2012

Florence, Arizona - The Pinal County Sheriff's Office confirmed that U.S. Border Patrol agents discovered an SUV in flames on Saturday. Five burnt bodies were recovered from the vehicle.
U.S. Border agents spotted a similar SUV in the Vekol Valley and when they went to do a traffic stop, the driver sped away and disappeared. Agents later spotted multiple fresh set of tracks from people walikng on the ground and followed the tracks for several miles.
Later they came upon an SUV, which had been set on fire. The SUV looked similar to the one the agents were chasing earlier. Five burned bodies were found inside, four of the bodies were located in the cargo area and another one by the rear seat.
Federal, state and local authorities continue to investigate the multiple homicide case.
They believe the murders are connected to warring border drug cartels in the area and the deadly attacks might have spilled into the U.S. from Mexico.

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