Seventh person arrested for alleged slaying of Wildomar man

LAKE ELSINORE – A seventh suspect in the torture-killing of a 31-year-old Wildomar man whose remains were dumped in the Cleveland National Forest was behind bars Thursday, Sept. 26. Victor David Lindzy, 48, of Lake Elsinore was arrested and booked Wednesday on suspicion of murder. He's being held on $1 million bail at the Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta. Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Ben Ramirez said Central Homicide detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Lindzy following an investigation that has now netted seven arrests since the end of August in connection with the death of Frery Coronel. Already charged with murder in the case are Roberto Ramon Camacho, 43, Tyrone David Jones, 37, Christina Mesa, 30, Cristian Gabriel Meza, 28, Melissa Elyse Unger, 23, and Alejandro Villegas
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