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Theobald “Theo” Lengyel: Former Saxophonist of Mr. Bungle
Theobald “Theo” Lengyel, aged 54, faced arrest and first-degree murder charges on Tuesday regarding the passing of 61-year-old Alice “Alyx” Kamakaokalani Herrmann.
Law enforcement from Capitola
Law enforcement from Capitola mentioned that Lengyel, who also responds to the alias “Mylo Stone,” was formerly recognized as a saxophone player and a founding member of the musical ensemble Mr. Bungle, as reported by the local channel KTVU.
December 3 in Santa Cruz
Herrmann was last observed on December 3 in Santa Cruz, California, and was a participant in Outrigger Santa Cruz, a competitive canoe paddling group. The team conveyed her attendance at the December 3 practice session, as stated in a post on the group’s Facebook page.
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Herrmann’s relatives raised concerns about her absence on December 12, having received no communication from her for more than a week.
- Theobald “Theo” Lengyel (L), 54, was arrested Tuesday, January 2, 2024, and charged with first-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Alice “Alyx” Kamakaokalani Herrmann (R), 61.
Herrmann was most recently seen on December 3 in Santa Cruz, California, and was an active member of Outrigger Santa Cruz, a competitive canoe paddling collective. The group communicated her presence at the practice session held on December 3, as indicated in a post on the organization’s Facebook page.
Capitola law enforcement officials have informed the public about the finding of human remains in a wooded area situated within Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley. The formal recognition of the uncovered remains is pending verification through DNA examination conducted by the coroner’s office, as per information from law enforcement sources.
The authorities in El Cerrito discovered her vehicle parked in close proximity to Lengyel’s residence.
Law enforcement swiftly identified Lengyel
Law enforcement swiftly identified Lengyel as a figure of interest in the vanishing of Herrmann, asserting that he declined to collaborate with the inquiry.
“As the inquiry advanced, it became apparent that illicit activities were at play, culminating in the pinpointing of Theobald Lengyel as a suspect,” conveyed the Capitola Police Department in an official statement.
DNA analysis by the coroner’s office
Capitola law enforcement reported the discovery of human remains in a forested region located within Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley. The official acknowledgment of the discovered remains awaits confirmation through DNA analysis by the coroner’s office, according to police sources.
Lengyel was taken into custody by the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office without any untoward incident and subsequently registered at the Santa Cruz County Jail.
As per online jail records examined by Fox News Digital, Lengyel was being detained with no bail set.
Investigators and collaborating with our law enforcement associates
“The dedicated efforts of our investigators, collaborating with our law enforcement associates, resulted in the apprehension of Theobald Lengyel in connection with the unfortunate homicide of Alice Kamakaokalani,” stated the Capitola Police Department in a released statement. “During this period, we express our heartfelt sympathies to the family and acquaintances of the victim.”
Herrmann, a neuroscientist holding a degree from Caltech, as per KTVU reports.
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