Crime: Body of ex-soldier, 34, who 'was known to frequent California motels' found wrapped in tarp in trunk of abandoned Lexus - - PressFrom - US
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Crime Body of ex-soldier, 34, who 'was known to frequent California motels' found wrapped in tarp in trunk of abandoned Lexus

22:55  21 october  2019
22:55  21 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Adrian Darren Bonar, 34, of Escondido, was found in the trunk of a Lexis by California Highway Patrol officers who were about to tow the car from a dirt lot on the north side of Santa Ana Canyon Road, west of Gypsum Canyon, in Anaheim about 10:45 a.m. Thursday, the Anaheim Police Department says in a report of the discovery.

Bonar was found wrapped in a blue tarp with duct tape inside the trunk. Details of how he was killed or how long his remains were in the vehicle have not been released by cops.

Police initially declined to release details, including his 'gender, age, or condition of the body' and said they had to send the remains to the Orange County Coroner's Office to confirm it was a 'deceased human body's.

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They then identified Bonar three days later in a follow up report about the investigation into his death, adding that he is 'known to frequent motels in North San Diego County and Los Angeles County.'

A friend reached by DailyMail.com says he has 'no clue,' who would harm Bonar.

'He was just an awesome guy. Someone who you wanted to be around with,' Gustavo Dias, told DailyMail.com, referring to Bonar.

Dias, 32, who lives in Florida, says Bonar was married with children, but deferred to his surviving relatives on more specifics about his family life.

Bonar's relatives were not immediately available when DailyMail.com reached out.

Julie Ward, who posted on Facebook about the discovery of Bonar's body, said he was the son of Scottish entrepreneur Brian Bonar, who owns Bellamy's Restaurant in Escondido.

'Our hearts are broken,' Ward said, over the loss of Adrian Darren Bonar.

He and Dias had served together in the army and were deployed to Iraq in 2007 and 2008. Both were honorably discharged, says Dias.

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'He was an outstanding soldier,' says Dias of Bonar. 'I got so many (pictures), of him being silly in Iraq trying to make everyone laugh.'

A grief stricken Dias had posted on his Facebook page about the loss of his fellow veteran.

'Today I got the news that I lost one of my comrades to a senseless murder,' he wrote on Saturday. 'He survived Iraq but not the people whom he swore to protect. Rest In Peace'.

Kim Shaffer, who also posted on Facebook about Bonar's death, said his body was found at the end of a street where her church is located, 'where the lighted cross on the hill is located off the 91 freeway'.

'Many of us are grieved for the family,' Shaffer wrote. 'If anyone knows how we at Kindred Community Church can minister to them, please contact me and let me know.'

Anyone with information had contact with, or had seen Bonar in recent weeks, is asked by Annaheim police to call 714-321-3669.

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