Edvin Leon Obituary, Death – Following the finding of the death of a male, age 20, in a wooded area in Silver Spring, Maryland, the Montgomery County Police (MCP) have begun an investigation into the possibility that the deceased was the victim of a homicide. This comes after the body was found. A large amount of foliage was present in the location where the body was discovered.

After receiving a report of a shooting in the neighborhood on November 9, just before six o’clock in the evening, officers from the third district were dispatched to the 9000 block of Piney Brach Road in order to investigate the incident. According to the reports, the incident took place in the general area. When the police arrived at the site, they discovered a man who had been shot and was in pain as a result of the gunshot. It was reported that the victim was currently receiving treatment at a hospital, where her condition was assessed as being critical and perhaps fatal.

The authorities then assert that members of the MCP K9 team discovered a second victim who had been found dead in a nearby forested area. This information is based on the assertions of the authorities. It was apparently discovered that the body of the deceased may be found in the neighborhood of the wooded area. It was determined that his name was Edvin Moises Agustin Leon, and he was 20 years old when the incident occurred. An autopsy was performed on the body of Leon after it had been transported from the location where he had been living in Baltimore to the office of the city’s Chief Medical Examiner in that city.

As a consequence of the findings of the inquiry, the medical examiners came to the conclusion that Leon’s death was the result of some sort of criminal activity. In neither of the two cases that the detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department have been investigating into, they have come up with any potential suspects that could be responsible. Detectives with the Major Crimes Division are requesting that anybody who may have information on the homicide and shooting get in touch with them by calling (240) 773-5070 or Crime Solvers of Montgomery County at 1-866-411-TIPS. You can reach either of these numbers. You can get in touch with these numbers by dialing in (8477).