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    Coroner Still Working To ID Burnt Remains Found After Gorman Fire

    Officials with the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office are still working to identify human remains found in Gorman shortly after a March 14 fire near Highway 138. Sheriff's Department officials reported Sunday that Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner personnel recovered the skeletal remains of an adult man found in a ravine off Ridge Route Road and Highway 138 in Gorman. “They’ve been looking at some missing persons with dental records and sent some bone missing with DNA,” said Assistant Chief Ed Winter of the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office. “So we’re still trying to find out who it is.”

    Possible Gorman Murder Investigated By Sheriff's Department Detectives

    Sheriff's deputies and officials with the Coroner's Office are investigating possible human remains found in Gorman

    Sheriff's Deputies Investigate Possible Human Remains Found In Gorman

    Sheriff's deputies are investigating possible human remains found in Gorman

    Investigation Of Shallow Grave Leads To Body

    BY LEON WORDEN / SCVNEWS.COM

    The same day Sarah Alarid’s body was found in a deep ravine off of Sand Canyon Road in the Angeles National Forest – Jan. 9 – emergency responders were investigating a simultaneous report of a shallow grave in the vicinity.

    In fact, it was a Sheriff’s Department helicopter crew which, while searching for the grave, reportedly spotted Alarid’s car and led investigators to the location where she met her demise.