• Kurt Brimberry – I.D. Confirmed for San Marino Resident


    SOLVANG - The decedent in this case of the unidentified body found early Wednesday morning has been positively identified by investigators as Kurt Brimberry of San Marino, California.  Mr. Brimberry is the subject who went missing on August 18th of this year after his vehicle collided with a tree in the 2500 block of Alisal Road. The exact cause of death is still under investigation and may take several more weeks to determine.

    The body was found in the lake area of the Alisal Guest Ranch.  Sheriff’s Office detectives, coroner investigators, and members of the dive team responded to recover the decedent and attempt to identify him at that time.

    The decedent was discovered at about 8:15am by an employee of the Alisal Guest Ranch during a walk around the lake.  The Ranch employee then called the Sheriff’s Office to investigate.

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    Added: September 4, 2012. 2:01 PM

    The whole thing seems very fishy to me! And I don’t meen that just becouse he was found in the lake. I just recently have bean fired from the Alisal Properties. I worked there for 5 years. I started as a bell man there, and one of my jobs was too drive the guest too the Lake in which you are talking about. Yes i said drive. the only other options we had for the guests too get too the lake was by mountain bike or horse. both wich take extream endurance and physical strength. the only other way to get there is to walk, run, or jog. Does this confuse any one else or is it just me. the lake is over 2 miles away from the road, and through treterous wilderness. I am just saying in my book it sounds FISHY!

     
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