Four bodies found during search for Australian, American surfers who disappeared in Mexico – One America News Network

MEXICO-USA-AUSTRALIA-MISSING SURFERS A rescue worker descends into a waterhole where human remains were found near the beach of La Bocana, Delegation of Santo Tomas, in Ensenada, Baja California State, Mexico, on May 3, 2024. The FBI said Friday that three bodies have been found in Baja California, Mexico, near an area where two Australians and an American went missing during a surfing trip last week. "We confirm that three deceased persons have been found in Santo Tomas, Baja California," said a statement from the FBI's San Diego office, without revealing the identities of the victims.  (Photo by Guillermo Arias/AFP) (Photo by GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP via Getty Images)
MEXICO-USA-AUSTRALIA-MISSING SURFERS A rescue worker descends into a waterhole where human remains were found near the beach of La Bocana, Delegation of Santo Tomas, in Ensenada, Baja California State, Mexico, on May 3, 2024. The FBI said Friday that three bodies have been found in Baja California, Mexico, near an area where two Australians and an American went missing during a surfing trip last week. “We confirm that three deceased individuals have been found in Santo Tomas, Baja California,” a statement from the FBI’s San Diego office said, without revealing the identities of the victims. (Photo by Guillermo Arias/AFP) (Photo by GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP via Getty Images)

Abril Elfi from OAN
2:29 PM – Saturday May 4, 2024

Authorities in Baja California, Mexico, have revealed that a fourth body has been found in a 50-foot-deep well where the bodies of two Australians and an American surfer were discovered.

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Mexican officials have not officially confirmed that the three bodies found in a well hole last week are Georgia resident Jack Carter Rhoad, 30, and Australian brothers Callum, 33, and Jake Robinson, 30.

However, two news media, Border report And FOX5San DiegoAccording to a source in the Baja California Attorney General’s office, the dead bodies are those of the three missing surfers.

When they were reported missing last Saturday, it was believed they had been camping at a well-known surfing spot called La Bocana in the beautiful Mexican countryside about 50 miles south of San Diego.

All three suspects were said to have had drugs on them when they were apprehended by Mexican authorities, and one of the suspects was said to have had a phone belonging to the tourists when she was arrested.

Jesús Gerardo Garcia Cota, also known as El Kekas, his partner Ari Gisel García Cota, and Cristian Alejandro Garcia, Jesus’ brother, were later taken into custody by police.

Local news blogs Talk Baja and Zeta Tijuana report that they all had methamphetamine and other illegal drugs on them at the time of their arrest.

Along with the drugs, Ari Gisel Garcia Cota, 23, was reportedly taken into custody with one of the surfer’s phones.

Officials said the ranch owner, who was reported missing two weeks ago, was identified as the fourth body. The attorney general said he owned the property where the bodies were found.

The trio shared their trip on social media until last Saturday, when the messages abruptly stopped and they failed to show up at an Airbnb.

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