Missing Man Found Dead – The body of an American man who had been reported missing on February 11 was found in a secret burial place on the peninsula of Baja California in the country of Mexico, according to an announcement made by prosecutors in the state of Baja California Sur on Wednesday. The peninsula of Baja California is located in the country of Mexico.
Daniel de la Rosa, a state prosecutor, stated that a local man and his sister had been arrested in connection with the homicide, which he claimed had likely resulted from an argument over a traffic accident. Daniel de la Rosa also stated that the homicide had likely resulted from an argument over a traffic accident. Daniel de la Rosa further stated that the arrests were made in relation to the crime that was committed.
Trivett, along with the two other defendants, is said to have been engaged in an automobile accident at some point in the past, as stated by the prosecuting attorney. According to De la Rosa, Trivett paid the two individuals roughly $2,500 for damages or injuries, but according to De la Rosa.
The two individuals felt that the money wasn’t sufficient and later kidnapped and murdered him. Trivett compensated the two individuals approximately $2,500 for damages or injuries. The two accused are both being investigated for possible involvement in a homicide. In order to maintain conformity with the Mexican judicial system, their full names were withheld from public disclosure.
A dog that had received specialized training found the dead corpse of Wilmer Trivett close to the tranquil hamlet of Todos Santos on the Pacific coast. Todos Santos is located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. On February 23, it was revealed that Trivett had been camping in the area in his burned-out camper vehicle, which he had been utilizing. Trivett had been doing so for some time.