The strange case of Adan Delgado Villa

October 17, 2013

The Georgia man whose body was found in the trunk of a car abandoned in a bank parking lot near Seneca 10 years ago likely was not killed there, but he was killed by somewhere. And today the Oconee Sheriff’s Office works to find and arrest his killer or killers. On a warm July day in 2003, an employee of Community First smelled foul odor coming from the trunk of a car parked at the bank’s 123 and Sheep Farm Road location. The body turned out to be Woodstock, Georgia resident Adan Delgado Villa. He has been shot several times. “We believe the bank location was chosen to delay finding the body,” said Sheriff Mike Crenshaw. “This story needs to be told not only in our jurisdiction but all over the state of Georgia and beyond. Some individual(s) somewhere outside our county knows about this case. We will continue to search to find them. Hopefully, they will reach a point that they want to get this off their conscience and contact law enforcement.”

 

 

 

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