Suspect identified in death of tyro Blaze Bernstein

SANTA ANA, Calif. — A think has been arrested in the death of Blaze Bernstein, a 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania tyro whose physique was found at a California park, authorities pronounced Friday. Orange County Sheriff’s Department identified the think as 20-year-old Samuel Lincoln Woodward of Newport Beach.

Police pronounced they arrested Woodward at 1:15 p.m. internal time on Friday and pronounced they trust Woodward picked up Bernstein at his home and gathering to mixed locations before they arrived at Borrego Park on Jan. 2.

Woodward was interviewed by police, who described him as shaken and pronounced he had scratched hands and mud under his fingernails. Officials pronounced Woodward became the primary think due to inconsistencies in his story. 


Blaze Bernstein has been blank given Tue., Jan. 2, 2018.

Search and rescue crews looked for Bernstein for several days, with assistance from drone pilots. Bernstein’s physique was found Tuesday in a shoal grave in the brush surrounding the park, police said. The dialect is watchful on autopsy results to endorse the means of Bernstein’s death and pronounced they would not be pity sum on the condition of the body. 

CBS Los Angeles prisoner video of the think in shackles as he was escorted by investigators on Friday afternoon. Police have not identified a ground and pronounced it was still under investigation.

Bernstein’s death rocked the tight-knit village 50 miles southeast of Los Angeles. Hundreds held a candlelight burial to remember him. 

It is the only carnage reported in Lake Forest in at slightest 4 years, according to authorities.

Bernstein attended the Orange County High School of the Arts for artistic writing. He was recently selected to revise a culinary repository on campus. 

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