Jason Salter Death | Kenny Guerra Death – Jason Salter and Kenny Guerra who went missing February 25 have been found dead. The authorities have confirmed the identifies of the two bodies found in the woods near a Chattahoochee Hills events center as Jason and Kenny. The circumstances surrounding their passing have not been released by the authorities.
Jason and Kenny Missing
Both Jason Salter and Kenny Guerra, who were both based in Atlanta, Georgia, were partners in a business that went missing on February 25. On February 26, it was discovered that Jason had not returned home and that he was not answering his cellphone. A missing persons report was filed for the two guys. An extensive search has been going on all day.
Both of the men’s and vehicles’ locations were discovered by the investigators, and they were making an effort to reconstruct their last known whereabouts before they went missing. It was reported on March 16 that two bodies had been discovered in a forested area on Bouckaert Farm in Chattahoochee Hills during the weekend. The area is known as Chattahoochee Hills.
Jason Salter Obituary and Kenny Guerra Obituary will be released by their family…
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The body of an adult male was discovered floating in the Chattahoochee River near the boundary of Cobb County early on Monday, according to the Roswell Police Department. The location of the body was near the Cobb County line. A witness told authorities that they saw a body floating in the river, according to a representative for the Atlanta authorities Department who talked with Atlanta News First.
The individual was found thanks to the combined efforts of the Roswell Police Department, the Roswell Fire Department, the Cobb County Fire Department, and the National Park Service. On this investigation, the National Park Service is serving as the lead agency, and they have asked the Roswell Police Department for their assistance with the investigation.
The body was taken into custody by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office, which will investigate the circumstances surrounding the decedent’s passing.
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