Man has been identified as Raul Alayon, 60, an immigrant from Uruguay who had made his home in Loganville.
The Monroe Police Department said in a press release that the dead man found in a transfer station in Monroe on Tuesday was Raul Alayon, 60, an immigrant from Uruguay. The Walton Tribune is reporting that he had made his home in Loganville. According to the press release, Alayon died of blunt force trauma to his entire body. A Monroe Public Works employee is reported to have found the body in the transfer station trailer just before 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning. The scene was secured and an investigation conducted by detectives from the Monroe PD and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Officials said that the transfer station is the hub for many jurisdictions so it is likely that the murder took place outside of Monroe. The investigation …
The case is being investigated as a homicide. Police expect to have more information in the morning after an autopsy has been performed.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The body of an unknown male was found by Monroe Public Works employees in a refuse trailer at the the transfer station off Cherry Hill Road at about 9:20 a.m. Tuesday, according to a press release from the Monroe Police Department. Officials report that the City of Monroe Solid Waste Plant at this location receives refuse from surrounding jurisdictions. The scene was secured by detectives from Monroe PD before being processed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and City Monroe Crime Scene Technicians. Monroe Police Chief Keith Glass said in the release that the death is being investigated as a Homicide. He said more information would be available following an autopsy. No approximate age of the victim has been made known at this time…