Cold Case Detectives Arrest Man In 2000 Killing « CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Cold-case detectives announced the arrest of a man wanted in a 2000 murder in San Bernardino County.

On March 3, 2000, Sheriff’s Fontana Station deputies found body off the side of a road near Lytle Creek.

The deceased was identified as Timothy Morris, then 32.

The cause of death was gunshot wounds. During the investigation, investigators learned Morris lived with his cousin, Carmen Worthey in San Bernardino. Investigators also learned that brothers, John McKinney and Brad McKinney, stayed at Worthey’s apartment for a few days in early March 2000.

Officials said John McKinney also goes by the name John Cory Broyles .He was 24 at the time of the murder.

At the time of the murder, Broyles was identified as a potential suspect, but there was not enough evidence to prosecute him. Investigators followed up with leads, but eventually the case went cold and remained unsolved.

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