FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Workplace informed 11Alive Friday that enterprise companions, who vanished final February and whose stays had been later discovered, had been every shot a number of instances earlier than being set on hearth.
Jason Salter and Kenny Guerra had been final seen on Feb. 25, 2023. Salter’s brother reported them lacking on Feb. 26 after Salter did not come residence or reply his cellular phone.
Just a few hundred pals, household, law enforcement officials and neighborhood members got here collectively, hoping and praying to seek out them.
After a 51-day search, Chattahoochee Hills Police Division discovered the obvious stays of two folks close to the river on the Bouckaert Farm property in Fulton County. The farm sits on 8,000 acres and is residence to an occasion house and equestrian facility, in response to its web site.
Authorities mentioned the fireplace division that was known as out to the blaze extinguished the flames observed the charred stays after they put out the fireplace.
The stays of Salter, 39, had been positively recognized by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Workplace in April 2023. His stays had been recognized by dental data, in response to health workers.
A month later, officers with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation confirmed that brokers recognized the second enterprise accomplice, Guerra, 35.
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The GBI mentioned there are not any new updates to report concerning any suspects however confirmed that brokers have regarded into the victims’ final identified actions earlier than they went lacking.
In 2018, Salter and Guerra joined a motion to fight violent crime within the neighborhood surrounding Previous Nationwide Freeway and even pitched in to assist the household of a younger mom who was gunned down at her personal retailer.
Anybody with details about the 2 finest pals is urged to name authorities in Fulton County or contact the GBI Tip Line at (800) 597-8477 or by means of their “See One thing, Ship One thing” cellular app. Ideas may be submitted anonymously.