Cold Cases 1991-2000

TRAVON SMITH

Race: Black

Sex: Male

Age at Death: 20 years

Synopsis: On March 9, 1994 at approximately 12:33 a.m., officers responded to a call of shots fired and a subject down in the laundry room at 200 W. Jackson Street, Rialto. Upon arrival, officers located the body of Travon Smith. He was transported to a San Bernardino County Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Cold Case Homicide Unit at (909) 421-4990 or (909) 820-2632.


BRANDON CARL KELSO

Race: White

Sex: Male

Age at Death: 21 years

Synopsis: On July 23, 1998 at approximately 9:00 a.m., Brandon Kelso’s body was discovered in Lilac Park. He was stabbed and beaten to death. Two Hispanic males were identified as being the last persons to have contact with Kelso at a convenience store near the park.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Cold Case Homicide Unit at (909) 421-4990 or (909) 820-2632.


RANDALL CAZIER

        

Race: White

Sex: Male

Age at Death: 38 years

Synopsis: On June 28, 2000 in the early morning hours, Randall Cazier and a female acquaintance were walking in the parking lot of 1610 S. Riverside Avenue, Rialto. The two were approached by two black male suspects. A physical altercation ensured between Cazier and the suspects; subsequently, Cazier was shot and killed by one of the suspects. The suspects then entered a vehicle and fled the area. A composite drawing of both suspects was created utilizing the help of eyewitness to the murder.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Cold Case Homicide Unit at (909) 421-4990 or (909) 820-2632.


 

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