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UPDATE Monday 4:23 p.m.: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Detectives responded to the Santa Clara Riverbed near Bouquet Canyon Road and Lowes Plaza, in Santa Clarita. Detectives have learned that earlier this morning during a cleanup in the Santa Clara Riverbed, a worker discovered human skeletal remains. Sex, age and cause of death will be determined at a later date by the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner.

 

sheriffpatchDATE/TIME:  Monday, August 31, 2015 @ 9:40 a.m.

 

LOCATION:  26400 block of Bouquet Canyon Road, Santa Clarita

 

UNIT:  LASD Homicide Bureau, Lieutenant Jauch

 

VICTIM:  Unknown

 

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide detectives are investigating the discovery of human remains that were found near the 26400 block of Bouquet Canyon Road, in Santa Clarita on Monday, August 31, 2015 at approximately 9:40 a.m.

 

The cause of death and identification of the victim will be determined by the Los Angeles Department of Coroner.

 

There is no additional information available at this time.

 

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66 Comments

  1. That’s just crazy and sad.

  2. While this is horrifying and sad, i hope it brings closure to the family.

  3. Steven Craig Steven Craig says:

    Bring on the same old comments!

  4. SCV Mafia? Every week it’s another dead body.

  5. Nic Miller Nic Miller says:

    I really hope it’s not that 29 year old girl who went missing=

  6. Britni Bruins Shawnee Gentry Ashley Babin 😳

  7. Oh boy. I am hoping is not that missing girl. But still horrible news in our city :(

  8. Steven Craig Steven Craig says:

    Yeah Nic. Didn’t think of that.

  9. Kieran Hawe Kieran Hawe says:

    Geez, went running this morning through that exact location!

  10. If it’s left up to the Sheriff you can bet it will get lost in paperwork and unsolved!

  11. Kai Ellis Kai Ellis says:

    Whoever it is, some family will get horrible news. It doesn’t matter in the large picture who it is, it is still a tragedy.

  12. RIP and condolences to the family of the deceased.

  13. Wtf Is going on in Saugus …there has been soo much commotion going on on and near bouquet cyn…

  14. Joaquin Vega Joaquin Vega says:

    Looks like the remains were found in the wash near In and Out. Near where the 2 homeless guys are always asking for money.

  15. Prayer for the family of whom it is .

  16. I really hope it’s not that 29 year old girl who went missing….God bless her where ever she is…and gives his mercy to the who just pass away

  17. Aaron says:

    Just for you information

  18. I wonder of its the red head kid that went missing in Castaic

  19. That’s what I was thinking. Whoever it was, may they RIP

  20. That kid’s name was Bryce Laspia

  21. He has been missing for two years they’re saying skeleton not body so it can be that old

  22. I hope its not Bryce Laspisa :(

  23. Mike Bagack Mike Bagack says:

    Frightening we have so many missing people in SCV

  24. Well it’s gonna take more than the Sheriff to figure this out! They can’t even Trace a 6 out of 7 numbers of a license plate with a full description of the vehicle… But I did!

  25. Betina says:

    Scared – somebody called me and gave me a heads up before I saw the story. It is impossible not to be worried especially since this is only 5 miles away from the last known location of my daughter 2 1/2 years ago. :(

  26. David says:

    This wash if you follow it,it leads very close to where Bryce overturned his truck 2 years ago in Castaic.He may have had a head injury in the roll over.I hate to say it but this would be about the time it takes for the body to be like the one found.2 years ago there was a sighting of a red head near Kmart who seemed homeless and or confused.Me and my roomy started asking the homeless kids that were living in the wash across from k-mart if they had seen a red headed boy.We knew kids were sleeping in the wash near the spot where this body was found.There was a brother and sister that panhandled the area back then,they slept in the wash by in and out burger..I haven’t seen then around for like 8 months.There were other sleeping down there to. .We actually went into the wash in that same area looking for Bryce.I so pray I’m wrong and it’s not him…Prayers to the family of who this is.

  27. i sure hope its not Bryce…how sad whoever it is.

  28. Debbi Foley Debbi Foley says:

    Hope it’s not Bryce….

  29. Damn what is it coming to in my area alot of people dying…

  30. Teri Cuadros Teri Cuadros says:

    I pray that Bryce is alive and will come home soon.

  31. I hope its not the young lady Kristin that just went missing…but sad whoever itbis..may they RIP

  32. so cal guy says:

    Aaron Herrington here you go…based upon your comments, it sounds as though they could use your help, after all you seem to know a little more than LASD…I encourage you to apply. LASD Career Opportunities – LASDcareers.org

  33. Just saw this so hopefully it’s not him!

  34. Karen Rising says:

    A fiendsdaughterwentmissing 2 1/2 years ago

  35. Cynthia Austin, Private Investigator says:

    I’m looking for a missing person in that area who has been missing since 1991. Her name is Ann Racz. I wonder if they can figure out how someone died with a skeleton that old. I wonder how old this skeleton is.

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