Sheriff confirms human remains are missing California couple Jonathan Reynoso, Audrey Moran

by San Eli News

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept. reported Friday human stays situated in an undisclosed region of Riverside County are affirmed as Audrey Moran and Jonathan Reynoso, who has been missing since May 2017.

The remaining parts had been sent to the California Department of Justice for DNA investigation, and on Wednesday the aftereffects of the DNA examination were gotten by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department-Central Homicide Unit, as per the office.

The sheriff’s area of expertise said the examination was progressing and didn’t deliver additional data.

Moran was 26 years of age and Reynoso was 28 when they were accounted for missing on May 12, 2017.

Three men were captured on June 27 this year on murder accusations: Jesus Ruiz Jr., 41, of Stockton, Manuel Rios, 28, of Coachella, and Abraham Fregoso, 32, of Indio.

On May 12, 2017, at around 9 a.m, a vehicle driven by Moran was situated close by the westward Interstate 10 turnpike in the city of Beaumont. The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports after the vehicle was discovered, a police dog identified the couple’s fragrance close to the SUV, however, the path vanished around 50 feet from the vehicle.

Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin and Sheriff Chad Bianco held a news meeting in June in which they declared human remains had been found in the Coachella Valley and were going through testing for ID, the Palm Springs Desert Sun reports.

“The examination that drove us to the remaining parts shows that we discovered them,” the Palm Springs Desert Sun reports Bianca said at that point.

All six respondents are presently in care and dealing with indictments.