AZ - Tyler Stice, 20, Kingman, 21 June 2016

Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by JusticeWillBeServed, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. JusticeWillBeServed

    JusticeWillBeServed Active Member

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    http://kdminer.com/news/2016/nov/09/kpd-doggedly-pursues-absent-kingmanites-including-/

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    He purchased a rifle before he went missing? That always makes me think it was a suicide and I guess in most cases it is, sadly. How could anyone know for sure he wasn't suicidal? Especially young men tend to be great at hiding their mental health issues etc.
     
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    The body of a fifth man, Ricky Dean Crea Jr., 32, of Topock, who was reported missing Monday morning, was found around 10:15 a.m. Wednesday by sheriff’s deputies in the Colorado River in the Topock Gorge area south of the Topock Marina.

    Coincidence? Hmmm.
     
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    It is strange, because that is not a metropolous or anything up there.
     
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    JusticeWillBeServed Active Member

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    From February:

    Where is Tyler Stice?

    https://kdminer.com/news/2017/feb/13/where-tyler-stice/

     
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    Two of these homicide victims were found this year. Sid Cranston's body was found in January. Daniel Ligori's body was located in March.

    29-year old Arlica Dendy was killed by gunshot and her body was found in August 2015. Then 22-year old Matthew Thompson was shot and killed in December 2016. There haven't been any leads in these cases.

    The last person to see Tyler Stice was his father. The father was a drug dealer (meth).

    Arlica and Matt were also involved in the dope game.
     
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    I have heard that Tyler's dad might have something to do with his disappearance. I've never heard that his father was a drug dealer, he works with someone I know and actually drives Tyler's Mustang to work everyday, interestingly enough....... beyond that. Another working theory is that Al Blanco ( Sid Cranstons killer) might have had something to do with it, although I struggle with finding a motive. The only real link is that Tyler went missing 1 year and 5 days after Sid did, and Tyler's car was found relatively close to where Sids body's was buried...... regarding the two missing teens this year Kaleb & John..... neither of these boys have been in the paper or anything.... the paper was contacted regarding them & regarding Tyler's case last month and never received any reply....... what do y'all think
     
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    Where in any MSM articles does it say his dad was a drug dealer of meth?
    Thanks
     
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