Skip to comments.No connections found in men's deaths near Downtown Austin waters, police say
Posted on 12/14/2018 11:37:24 AM PST by bgill
Now that three men have been found dead near water in Downtown Austin in recent months, social media posts have speculated the deaths could be related, but Austin Police say theres no evidence of that... Police are still awaiting toxicology reports on some cases but confirmed none of the recent deaths have been connected, stating some were simply just accidents or overdoses. Recently, 25-year-old Martin Gutierrez was found dead near Lady Bird Lake after disappearing on Nov. 19. He was last seen during a night out on Rainey Street. In October, 25-year-old Christopher White was found dead in the Colorado River. He was staying nearby while attending the Austin City Limits Music Festival. While foul play is not believed to be a factor in any of these deaths, police are still in the early stages of the investigation into the most recent death. Randy Alan Lexvold, 49, traveled to Austin to watch his daughter's swim meet at the University of Texas. He was found dead on the morning of Dec. 7. Credit card receipts and information from his wife suggest the man dined at a nearby "rooftop" restaurant before apparently falling over a bridge on the 800 block of West Sixth Street into Shoal Creek.
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“A night out on Rainey Street.”
Sounds like an 80s pop tune.
In New Jersey they put them in the concrete for bridge foundations.
He’s a goofball
Haven’t read the book but read bits and pieces here and there.
Dude, I was just thinking the same thing.
Gerry Rafferty- 1978 “ baker street”. Ring a bell?
Cops have no clue what happened, but they do know with absolute certainty that they were unrelated.
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