Specialists state the body of a Robert Fuller was discovered dangling from a tree early Wednesday morning in Palmdale, California.
Around 3:40 A.M, an individual driving by saw a man dangling from a tree close to ninth Street and E. Ave Q-10 close to City Hall, as per a news discharge from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
People on call from a close by fire station reacted to the scene and decided the man was dead. The man was later distinguished as 24-year-old Robert L. Fuller, as indicated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Specialists said albeit an examination is in progress, “it shows up Mr. Fuller, appallingly, ended it all.”
A full post-mortem is normal “in the short term,” as indicated by the news discharge.
Specialists said they have been in contact with Fuller’s family and keep on exploring the conditions encompassing his passing.
Anybody with data was approached to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500.
City and sheriff’s authorities went from the news gathering to meet secretly with Fuller’s family.
Fuller’s sister and Diamond Alexander wrote “This s-t hurts, please keep us in prayers” on Robert Fuller Death
Fuller’s sister, Diamond Alexander, posted a message on Facebook. “My younger sibling kicked the bucket here alone,” she composed, sharing an article about Fuller’s passing. “This s—t harms, if it’s not too much trouble keep us in petitions.”
In another Facebook post around a similar time, she encouraged individuals to share data. “On the off chance that anybody seen [sic] anything please approach,” Alexander said.
Fuller was associated with addresses in Palmdale and Las Vegas, and Dean said the sheriff’s specialty is “as yet conversing with relatives to see where he was laying his head around evening time.”
On Twitter, a theory about what befell Fuller drove the hashtag, “JusticeForRobertFuller,” to drift broadly on Friday.
L.A. District Sheriff Alex Villanueva will hold a virtual town lobby on June 15 at 2 p.m. to address “network concerns.” Officials from the Lancaster and Palmdale Sheriff’s stations will take an interest.
“Words can’t portray how my family is feeling,” she composed. “We grew up there in the Antelope Valley, we have such a large number of companions, families that cherished Robert. It would be ideal if you help with whatever you can. We significantly acknowledge everybody. Much thanks to you for remaining with us during this troublesome time.”
Plans were circling via web-based networking media Friday morning for a network rally on Saturday at 11 a.m. in the recreation center where Fuller’s body was found. One flier peruses, “Robert was killed before the city corridor. Hung in a tree and they are attempting to cover it up.”
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