Another $ 10,000 reward offered for information on the deaths of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner in Moab
MOAB, Utah (ABC4) – A second award of $ 10,000 is being offered as part of the investigation into the deaths of two newlyweds killed in Grand County, Utah, in August. A private loan company is the latest to offer a reward.
The Grand County Sheriff’s Office is working alongside the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Utah State Bureau of Investigations to investigate the deaths of recently married Crystal Turner, 38, and Kylen Schulte, 24. Earlier this week, a local entrepreneur wishing to remain anonymous offered a reward of $ 10,000 for relevant information that assists in the arrest and conviction of the person (s) implicated in the deaths of Turner and Schulte.
Thursday the The Grand County Sheriff’s Office announced a second award of $ 10,000 was offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person (s) implicated in the deaths of Turner and Schulte by Sacred Earth One, LLC, a private loan company based in Moab .
On August 18, the Grand County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the bodies of two women were found in the mountains of La Sal, near Moab, a popular tourist destination outside of Arches National Park. The women have been identified as Turner and Schulte. Both had been shot and last seen on Friday, August 13.
Turner and Schulte were reportedly found by Cindy Sue Hunter, a friend of Schulte. Hunter, a longtime friend of Schulte, and calls him “magic”. Friends of the couple say the two loved to go camping with their pet rabbit. Hunter tells ABC4 that she received a phone call from Schulte, Montana’s father after the couple had not heard from in three days. Schulte’s father told Hunter that a “creepy guy” had recently urged them to move their camp. Hunter found their encampment and bodies, while they were on the phone with Schulte’s father.
Prior to their death, ruled a double homicide, the couple were last seen at a Moab bar, Woody’s Tavern, on Friday, August 13, around 9:30 p.m. in love with each other and their focus and attention were always on each other, ”adding that despite reports that the women had been followed,“ no one was following them out the door ”. The position changes to criticize the way investigators conduct the investigation.
The authorities ask you not to leave relevant advice on social media. If you have any information to help you in this case, we encourage you to call the Grand County Sheriff’s Office (435) 259-8115. If you don’t get a response, leave a detailed message and an investigator will call you back.
Shulte’s family started a Fundraising to cover funeral costs. According to GoFundMe, who is no longer accepting new donations after raising $ 33,508, Schulte lost his brother after a friend shot and killed him in 2015 when he was just 15 years old. Schulte’s family is guiding those still interested in offering financial support to a GoFundMe for Turner’s funeral expenses.