After two days of searching, local police have recovered the bodies of a lesbian couple who were murdered in Moab, Utah. Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner were last seen at Woody’s Tavern on Main Street. A confession from the suspect who confessed to the crime was released to the press. There were other possible suspects, and GoFundMe campaigns were set up to pay for funeral expenses.

Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner

The bodies of Crystal Turner and Kylen Schulte were found on Wednesday, August 25, near Moab. Both had been recently married and lived on the street. Their deaths have left many in Moab and the surrounding area confused. It is still unknown who was behind the deadly shootings. A private investigator hired by the Turner and Schulte’s family says Pinkusiewicz was “animus” towards lesbians and that he left town before he could collect his final paycheck.

Police have not released the identities of the shooters, but they did reveal the locations where the bodies were found. Turner was last seen near a campground where she lived with Schulte. The couple were planning to move their campsite the next day. They had planned to move it but did not return. Their friend went to search for them and found one of the bodies. After finding the body, she called sheriff’s deputies and they located the second body.

Sean-Paul Schulte, Kylen’s father, has set up a clue booth in Moab to gather tips for the investigation. The police are interested in knowing if someone had a silver KIA. The suspect is out of state. If he did, he would have brought it to Moab. Hopefully, Sean-Paul Schulte can find out what happened to the lesbian couple.

Adam Pinkusiewicz confessed to their murders

Investigators believe Adam Pinkusiewicz confesses to the murders of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner in Moab. The couple were recently married and had left their car and Harley-Davidson motorcycle in the McDonald’s parking lot. The couple left a note describing Pinkusiewicz as “creepy” and “unfriendly.” Police say Pinkusiewicz confessed to the murders of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner before killing himself.

Police have released video surveillance of the suspect’s confession. He told investigators that he killed the victims in Moab, Utah. Investigators said he had been working at the McDonald’s where the victims had worked. He confessed to the killings, but left the state shortly afterward and committed suicide. Pinkusiewicz’s confession came after the murders were committed, but he had a motive and confessed to the murders only to investigators.

Adam Pinkusiewicz confesses to the killings of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner. He also confessed to the murders just days before he committed suicide, according to authorities. He had also confessed to the killings to someone before he was found dead near Moab. He had given specific details about the murders to the person he was talking to, including the names of the victims and the date and time of the killings.

Police say the motive for the murders was a lesbian relationship, and the killer sparked a controversy. The victims had a close relationship and lived at the campground where Pinkusiewicz worked. The victims’ family has not revealed what happened, but they did share the same sex relationship. They were killed a week after they were last seen alive.

Other Possible Suspects

A private investigator in Utah is trying to determine who killed Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner in Moab, Utah. Both women were recently married. Text messages from both women mention a “creepy” man, and Jensen believes that the creepy man was involved in their deaths. The murders happened in August, while the women were camping in the La Sal Mountains.

Investigators say Schulte and Turner were last seen Aug. 15, when coworkers reported them missing. The couple had been living out of their van and camping in a nearby campground with their pet rabbit. Schulte had warned her friends that a creepy man had been following them. She had even texted them to warn them of a stalker. Despite her friends’ concerns, she said that she did not feel safe in Moab and her friends urged her to stay away from the area.

The Grand County Sheriff’s Office says there are no other suspects in the double murder. However, it has asked residents of Moab to be extra cautious in the use of social media and the internet. The sheriff’s office has not yet narrowed down the suspects to a single person, and it is unclear whether or not the FBI will be able to help with the investigation.

GoFundMe campaigns set up to help with funeral costs

A GoFundMe campaign set up to help with funeral expenses of the lesbian couple killed in Moab was created by friends of the victims and is currently seeking donations. The couple, Crystal Michelle Turner, 38, and Kylen Carrol Schulte, 24, were last seen together on August 17 in Moab, Utah. They were found partially undressed near South Mesa. The bodies were found with gunshot wounds.

Racism in Moab

Angry screams of “racism in Moab” and “hate crime” accusations have led to a plea bargain and a federal investigation. However, the town’s conservative side is far more troubling. A teen has been arrested and charged with a “hate crime” for defacing the town’s “Back the Blue” sign. Some hikers and nature enthusiasts have reported disturbing names for certain climbing spots in the town. While rural Moab is not as liberal as its town center, the murder of a lesbian couple has raised some serious questions.

Homicide Investigation

A homicide investigation is underway in the Moab slayings of Crystal Turner and Kylen Schulte. The two were last seen Saturday leaving a Moab bar. When their bodies were discovered Saturday afternoon, friends and family were stunned. The bodies were found in a secluded area near La Sal Loop Road. The state medical examiner’s office is working to identify the cause of death.

According to the sheriff’s office, the two bodies found in the San Miguel County border area are the remains of a lesbian couple. Despite the fact that the sheriff’s office says the public is not in danger, it is still leaving residents in Moab wondering who is responsible for the killings. In addition to guns, the arsenal also included axes, knives, crossbows, and various swords. While the case is still in its early stages, authorities in Moab and North Port are investigating the possibility that the two bodies were associated.

The victims’ bodies were found near a campsite in the La Sals. After the bodies were discovered, a friend of the couple began calling people in the area. The police conducted a search of a popular campground. They were unable to find the couple, but they were able to locate the bodies near a campsite. In addition, the police notified the families of the deceased.