Missing man found dead – Death: Tuesday shooting near Bouquet Canyon Road and David Way victim, identified as Steven Taylor.
LOS ANGELES, US State – Steven Taylor, 62-year-old who is from Santa Clarita was reported mising from LA on Tuesday, November 16th, 2021. He was last seen driving his vehicle which was described as a 2008 Nissan Frontier carrying California plates of 8M99925.
The 62-year-old’s last known location was given as the 27900 block of Kelly Johnson Parkway. His worried family reported him missing after all attempts to reach him failed and his whereabouts were unknown. His missing person’s report said, “The missing person suffers from depression and his family is concerned for his wellbeing.”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department carried out several searches for Steven after he was reported missing. They also appealed to the public to help in finding him.
Steven Taylor description:
Age – 62
Sex – Male
Race – White
Height – 6’1″ feet
Weight – 185 pounds
Eyes – Blue
Hair – Brown
A distinctive feature was given as glasses which he usually wears.
Steven Taylor death – Cause of death:
A press release by the Los Angeles County Sheriff says that the body of Steven Taylor was found in the early hours of Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 near the intersection of Bouquet Canyon Road and David Way.
Report reaching Insideeko states that a shooting occurred in the scene that morning which is believed to have led to the death of Steven. His cause of death has now been given as homicide.
A statement by Supervisor Jeremy Stafford, of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, reads “It’s a report of a gunshot victim, Sheriffs made the call to Fire at 1:07 a.m.”
The body of the missing man, Steven was found alongside his 2008 silver Nissan Frontier pickup early Wednesday morning. The police are now carrying out an investigation and they urge anyone with information that can help the case to call them.
The police thanked all who helped shared and the family of the missing man has been notified and are now requesting privacy to grieve their dead.