Man Who ‘Always Saw The Great In People’ Found Murdered Within The Arizona Desert

Your body of the Arizona man who disappeared on New Year’s Eve have been based in the desert and investigators are treating his dying like a homicide.

Benjamin Anderson, 41, was last seen on Friday within the Uptown neighborhood early that morning, he’d canceled getting breakfast together with his longtime friend Daniel Stahoviak, The Arizona Republic reports.

Your evening around 6:00 p.m., Anderson’s aunt known as Stahoviak, saying she couldn’t achieve her nephew another friend known as and stated that Anderson wasn’t obtaining the telephone either, based on the Arizona Republic. Both Anderson’s aunt and Stahoviak observed that calls and texts to his phone weren’t dealing with, so Stahoviak visited Anderson’s apartment in Phoenix to evaluate him and located his home out of balance.

But with that point, reports suggest, Anderson was likely already dead.

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office tweeted on Tuesday that they taken care of immediately an online area off West Table Mesa Road and west of I-17 — about 34 miles north of Anderson’s last known location — for any report of the body based in the desert a while on Friday. 

“The MCSO Homicide Unit assumed the analysis, and identified the decedent to become 41-year-old Benjamin Anderson,” they mentioned.

The statement didn’t make obvious just how Anderson died.

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office told over email on Wednesday that not one other details are presently available.

“MCSO detectives are investigating, and we’ll convey more information for release when available,” they mentioned.

“Ben always saw the great in people… he required proper care of his parents, he required proper care of his aunt and that he did everything on their behalf and absolutely nothing for themself,” Stahoviak told AzFamily.

Around 4:00 a.m. on New Year’s Day, a vehicle that Anderson drove — a 2020 Lexus of his aunt — was discovered badly burned inside a nearby parking area from the local UEI College, a for-profit trade and technical college.

Just hrs earlier, Anderson’s buddies had contacted Lexus, who could track the vehicle to some Super 8 Motel situated in a place filled with motels and hotels, the Arizona Republic reports.

Anderson’s buddies and family visited the region and looked that motel in addition to nearby hotels, and claim they spotted his vehicle around 12:25 a.m. within the parking garage of the Sheraton under 2 miles north from the Super 8 — with a couple they did not know standing outdoors it and something person inside. The buddies left to 911 and alert the Sheraton’s security officer but were spotted through the individuals with Anderson’s vehicle.

The 3 individuals then required served by the automobile, and also the buddies gave chase until it made an appearance the people would use the vehicle to operate them lower. Law enforcement demonstrated up twenty minutes later, based on Stahoviak.

Among the three people seen together with his vehicle would be a slim lady, standing 5’11”, with blonde hair, along with a pink beanie. Another person is referred to as a guy of average height. He should really have dark frizzy hair, and it is either light-skinned Latino or white-colored. There’s no description for that third individual.

This analysis is positively open, the sheriff’s department noted . They ask anybody with information to them at  602-876-TIPS or 602-876-1011 and reference MCSO report # (IR21-037309).

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