Anthony Luna Missing – The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office recognized the human remaining parts found on Saturday, December 4 as the 18-year-old understudy who has been absent since August 27. Appointees accept treachery was involved, Sheriff Javier Salazar said in a virtual public interview on Thursday, December 9.
Delegates found out with regards to the human remaining parts after a man smelled a foul scent on his property while setting up a region for his steers in the 11400 square of Kearney Road, not a long way from Southwest High School. The young person – distinguished as 18-year-old Anthony Xavier Luna – went to Southwest High School and was most recently seen leaving the grounds in a dark vehicle on August 27.
Salazar said examiners don’t accept that Luna was implied in a high-hazard way of life. Relatives depicted to appointees how Luna was a shut-in who was into gaming. Salazar said he was known as a decent child who had his coexistence. Luna was essential for a designing project at Southwest High School and fantasized about turning into a marine, Salazar said.
“By all markers, he was a decent child and something awful happened to him,” Salazar said. “We accept injustice was associated with this case and it’s vital to us to bring the individual or people answerable for this to bear for their wrongdoing. To take a decent child like that who had an entire life in front of him, and leave him cast to the side, to be in a real sense destroyed by creatures after death, is about the most discourteous thing I can imagine to do.”
Salazar said they are looking out for the clinical inspector to decide it is manslaughter. Be that as it may, he focused on injustice was accepted to be involved.