CA - Kyle Myrick, 28, Campbell, 22 Jan 2016 *Arrest*

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  1. los2188

    los2188 North Carolina Tar Heels..your NCCA Champs!!

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    San Jose: Police canvass Cambrian neighborhood in missing-person case

    Campbell, California -
    "A contingent of police officers seen swarming a Cambrian-area motorbike shop and adjacent neighborhood Friday night and early Saturday were investigating a missing-person case, according to San Jose police.

    The shop at Camden and Union avenues was the last known location of a man reported missing in Campbell earlier Friday, police spokesman Officer Albert Morales said. He described the case as a "missing person with a suspicious circumstance."

    Patrol officers initially went to the site and called in homicide detectives, who were eventually joined by forensics specialists, according to witnesses. But Morales stressed that there is no direct evidence suggesting that either a homicide or any other crime has occurred. He said the deployment was ordered out of due diligence.

    "He's not there, and things didn't seem right. We were there to preserve" the scene, Morales said. "We don't know if have a crime yet."

    http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-co...-canvass-cambrian-neighborhood-missing-person
     
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    scmom New Member

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    Updated
    http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-co...-canvass-cambrian-neighborhood-missing-person

    SAN JOSE -- An employee of a Cambrian-area motorbike shop reported missing Friday is now presumed dead after police located a likely crime scene nearby, and are searching for his body even after arresting the man suspected of killing him, authorities and sources say.

    The victim, 28-year-old Kyle Myrick of San Jose, was reported missing early Friday and the shop at Camden and Union avenues was his last known location, according to San Jose police. Officers were initially called to the site to perform a welfare check and were told that Myrick had been "missing for a few hours, under suspicious circumstances."
     
  4. carbuff

    carbuff There but for the grace of God go I

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    That's a strange situation.

    eta: I started to post before the update, so I guess it's not such a strange situation. Poor guy.
     
  5. los2188

    los2188 North Carolina Tar Heels..your NCCA Champs!!

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    Search for missing South Bay man continues after homicide arrest

    Kyle Myrick
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    Steven Hlebo
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    Steven Hlebo of Los Altos was arrested and charged with murder on Saturday, despite the fact that police have not located Myrick’s body.

    Family and friends have been organizing search efforts through social media, focusing on areas on the Peninsula and the shore of the Bay around Mountain View.

    Myrick was reported missing on Friday January 22 at approximately 6:20pm.

    Investigators say he was last seen near GP Sports, the motorcycle store where he worked on Camden Avenue.

    http://www.ktvu.com/news/82263772-story
     
  6. pappa rob

    pappa rob New Member

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    That su@ks..
     
  7. cvaldez1975

    cvaldez1975 Active Member

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    Bumping this, local to me
     
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    http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Timeline-Disappearance-Homicide-of-Kyle-Myrick-366437291.html

    Friday, Jan. 22, 2016: Kyle Myrick, 28, a Westmont High School graduate, was reported missing. Officers responded to his workplace at GP Sports, 2020 Camden Avenue in San Jose.
    San Jose police impounded a white 2003 GMC Sierra 1500 truck similar to the one pictured above they say is owned by suspect Steve Hlebo and connected to the crime. Anyone who knows where it was between Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. and Jan. 23 at 5 p.m., should call Detective Sergeant Paul Hamblin or Detective Jason Tanner of the San Jose Police Department's Homicide Unit at 408-277-5283.

    More at link...
     
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    johnfear New Member

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    Thoughts on this case so far?

    The jailhouse interview is off the hook. Anyone buy the story?
     
  10. cvaldez1975

    cvaldez1975 Active Member

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    Idk what to think... If he didn't do it he somehow is connected.

     
  11. Miranda

    Miranda Member

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    rosie_lee New Member

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    http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-co...e-bloody-crime-scene-detailed-suspect-charged

    SAN JOSE -- As Steve Hlebo was arraigned in Kyle Myrick's disappearance, prosecutors revealed that a bloody crime scene containing a severed ear prompted a homicide investigation and murder charge even as the search for Myrick's body continues.

    A police statement of facts released by the Santa Clara District Attorney's Office details how Hlebo, Myrick's co-worker at GP Sports in the Cambrian neighborhood, told detectives the two mechanics got into a fight while they were working on all-terrain vehicles. The court document also contends that Hlebo told an unspecified relative that he killed Myrick and dumped the body in the ocean.

    More at link...
     
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    http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ge...-emerge?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    SAN JOSE >> As Steve Hlebo, 39, of Los Altos, was arraigned in Kyle Myrick’s disappearance, prosecutors revealed that a bloody crime scene containing a severed ear prompted a homicide investigation and murder charge even as the search for Myrick’s body continues, expanding into Santa Cruz County.

    A police statement of facts released by the Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office details how Hlebo, Myrick’s co-worker at GP Sports in the Cambrian neighborhood, told detectives the two mechanics got into a fight while they were working on all-terrain vehicles. The court document also contends that Hlebo told an unspecified relative that he killed Myrick, a San Jose native, and dumped the body in the ocean.

    An organized search for the 28-year-old Myrick entered its fourth day Wednesday with his family and friends continuing to comb the area surrounding the shop and parts of the Santa Cruz Mountains believed to be familiar to Hlebo. Shane Myrick, the victim’s older brother, sought volunteers to help.

    More at link...
     
  16. MamaJoJo

    MamaJoJo Where did you go?

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    O. M. G. The employees knew something was hinky! Thankfully this lunatic didn't harm them, as well. I hope Kyle is found soon. It's just tragic.
     
  17. rosie_lee

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    I cannot even imagine what they are feeling right about now.This is all so bizarre.
     
  19. SthrnRaine

    SthrnRaine New Member

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    Wow, what a story he is going with. Totally unbelievable rubbish, imo. At 39, it's hard to believe that he suddenly developed a mental illness, or a violent deadly streak, so I'm interested in hearing more about his history. I did notice how his mind was sharp enough to catch his slip on saying Kyle "passed" on Friday, and then tried to cover the misstep.
     
  20. rosie_lee

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    I keyed in on that point also. As soon as he said he passed he did a lot of back pedalling. He is really try to deflect any and all evidence that may come his way on to his co-workers and even kyle. Heck, I even thought he would throw the Ninjas in there for good measure, lol
     
  21. SthrnRaine

    SthrnRaine New Member

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    One thing that keeps nagging me about that jail house interview is his story of the "horrific crime" committed by "others" in the truck he now owns (which is presumed to have also been used to transport Kyle's body.) It seems to me he is again using these "others" as the scapegoats of his own crime, because apparently he is claiming a person was run down in that truck and their dna tissue is still present on the under carriage, in particular, the left hand control arm. I assume this is another victim and not Kyle he is referring to because surely he knows the dna will not match up or else he would have just said the "others" must have taken his truck the day Kyle disappeared after doping him up. IDK what to think about that guy.
     

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