Nebraska Teen Found Dead In Graduation Trip, Burned In Bonfire Pit In A Remote Area, Police Says His Death Is Malicious
Parker League, a Nebraska, is a freshly graduated high school found dead in a bonfire pit in a desert area in Arizona.
The death of a Nebraska teen is a homicide, says police
Police investigators are investigating the Nebraska teen’s homicide case. He is a fresh high school graduate whose remains were found in a bonfire pit burning in a remote area in Arizona.
Parker League, the Nebraska teen, visited his friends in Tempe before his body was recovered in Arizona’s National Forest on June 12. The Nebraska teen arrived in Arizona on June 9 and had plans to return home after three days. He failed to return home, and he was missing then.
The death of the Nebraska teen was malicious. The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Unit will work to solve his case.
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The Nebraska teen was reported missing on June 15. His last known location is home in Tempe.