Human remains that were discovered at two Los Angeles County water treatment plants in Bassett and Carson last month have been identified as a 27-year-old woman from the eastern San Gabriel Valley.
Two of four sets of skeletal remains found in the desert outside Victorville earlier this week have been identified as the parents of a Fallbrook family that went missing nearly four years ago, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said Friday.
Officials Thursday said they believe human remains found at a water treatment plant in Carson were from the same woman’s whose foot and calf were found at the same location over the weekend.
The upper torso of a woman found Monday at a waste treatment plant is believed to be related to the human remains found this weekend at a similar facility in Carson.
Human remains found in Carson over a weekend were a foot and a calf, a coroner’s lieutenant said Monday.
Homicide detectives are investigating the discovery of possible human remains in Carson.
A bone was found Wednesday in a mountainous area of Acton.
Human remains were discovered Wednesday afternoon on a bike path in Montebello.
Detectives with the Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau are investigating the discovery of a human skull found on a property in Palmdale.
Human remains were found Tuesday morning near Whittier Narrows Dam in the Pico Rivera area.
Firefighters found charred human remains inside a car in Mountain Center after they were called to fight a nearby brush fire.
Human remains were found near Gilman Springs Friday about 100 yards off the roadway, according to officials.
The San Bernardino County Coroner’s office has confirmed human remains recovered from a burned-out cabin following Tuesday’s deadly gun battle are that of quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner.
Investigators said they found human remains in the backyard of an Ontario home during a search for a missing Laguna Hills truck driver.
The former owner of a Santa Ana home where skeletal remains were found was in police custody Monday.