LAPD, Santa Barbara Authorities To Reveal Identity Of Burned Body
Updated throughout. Originally posted at 8:08 a.m.
Los Angeles police and Santa Barbara County Sheriff's on Wednesday identified a burned body found July 15 in Santa Barbara County as that of 48-year-old Tarzana resident Bernardo Alvarez.
The discovery of the body, said to have been burned beyond immediate recognition, was reported at 4:15 a.m. that day. It was found in northbound lanes of Highway 101, near the Highway 1 exit, on the Nojoqui Grade, Los Angeles police said.
Alvarez worked as a server at a San Fernando Valley resident. He had been reported missing prior to the discovery, authorities said.
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The case was not deemed a homicide -- at least not yet.
KCAL9 News reported that traces of drugs might have been found in Alvarez's body.
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