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Suspect Wanted in Salton Sea Homicide, 3 Others Arrested

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Courtesy: Imperial County Sheriff's Office Courtesy: Imperial County Sheriff's Office
Armando Taylor, wanted for homicide and conspiracy remains at large. Armando Taylor, wanted for homicide and conspiracy remains at large.
John Taylor (36), Edgar Gerardo (46), and Michael Guerra (33) were arrested and booked into Imperial County Jail for Homicide and Conspiracy. John Taylor (36), Edgar Gerardo (46), and Michael Guerra (33) were arrested and booked into Imperial County Jail for Homicide and Conspiracy.
Salton Sea, CA -

An alleged murderer is on the loose and deputies need your help locating him.

Investigators are looking for 35-year-old Armando Taylor for his part in the murder of a 38-year-old man.

On Monday, July 3, the Imperial County Sheriff's Office was called to the 200 block of El Centro Avenue in Salton Sea Beach in reference to a dead person.

Medical crews pronounced the man dead at the scene and found numerous injuries to the upper torso.

Sheriff's Deputies, with the assistance of United States Border Patrol Agents, searched the Salton Sea Beach and located three of four suspects. 

John Taylor, Edgar Gerardo and Michael Guerra were arrested and booked into Imperial County Jail for Homicide and Conspiracy with a bond set at $1 million dollars each.

The fourth suspect  Armando Taylor is still at large.

The victim has been identified by family as Adam Walker.

Anyone with information on Taylor's whereabouts is urged not to contact him, but to call the Imperial County Sheriff's Office at 442-265-2021.

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