AUTHORITIES ARE SEARCHING FOR A KILLER. This story will likely have several updates, some more considerable than others. Please stay tuned to local, State or National news for the most up-to-date coverage.
GRAND COUNTY, Utah — The cause of death for the two women who were found dead Wednesdayin the South Mesa area of the La Sal Loop Road in Grand County, Utah has been determined to be from gunshot wounds.
Officials with the Grand County Sheriff's Office have identified the victims as 38-year old Crystal Michelle Turner and 24-year-old Kylen Carrol Schulte.
"At this time the Grand County Sheriff’s Office is conducting an on-going homicide investigation," a press release from officials reads. "We are currently following up with any and all leads that come to our attention during this investigation and will continue to be available to people who come forward with information. The Grand County Sheriff’s Office believes there is no current danger to the public in the Grand County area."
A GoFundMe has been set up to help with funeral expenses for the women. Although it was set up by the Schulte family, they say they will be helping the Turner family financially as well.
"Kylen’s heart has always been full of love and life and God," Schulte's family wrote on GoFundMe. "She was the best sister, daughter, niece and cousin. She was a true free spirit that lived for the joy in her heart not the hatred in the world."
In a press release officials said they, "express our deepest sympathies and remorse to the victims’ families and friends," and will provide more information to the public as it becomes available.
Anyone with information that may be helpful to the investigation should contact the Grand County Sheriff's Office at 435-259-8115.
This case file was posted on
Aug 21, 2021 at 18:59
This case file was last modified on
Aug 21, 2021 at 18:59
This case file has been assigned the Missing Persons ID 6368
Missing NPF Public Notice
Missing NPF lists “Foul Play Suspected,” “Suspected Suicide,” “Cause of Death,” and other elements of data in association with public reporting. These settings do not reflect the opinions of Missing NPF and/or its staff. Unless explicitly noted, Missing NPF does not publicize opinion, nor are any of the initial reports written – or edited – by members of Missing NPF. All content (with the exception of “IMPORTANT” notices, listed toward the top of applicable case files) are the works of external persons, sources and/or entities. All pictures displayed on this case file have been downloaded from the public domain, unless a user has commented or otherwise transmitted a picture to Missing NPF or its social media accounts. Case updates are derived from external persons, sources, and/or entities, and do not reflect the internal work of Missing NPF, unless expressly noted.