Who is Roman Lopez? Biography, Wiki, Age, Found Dead, Father And Stepmother Arrested, Investigation Details

Who is Roman Lopez? Roman Lopez Bio/Wiki

After Roman Lopez went missing in January 2020, the Placerville Police Department said on Thursday, Roman Lopez was discovered in a storage bin in his family’s basement.

Credit: PLACERVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

In a storage bin, a “severely malnourished and dehydrated” boy was found dead, it was announced this week, as his stepmother was accused of poisoning his water.

Age

He was 11 years old, His stepmother Lindsay Piper is 38 years old and his father is Jordan Piper is 36 years old.

Found Dead (Father And Stepmother Arrested Details)

Authorities discovered Roman’s body in January 2020, previously stated by CrimeOnline, after police searched extensively around his neighborhood of Placerville.

At 2892 Coloma Street, Roman lived with his father, stepmother, and seven other children. Neighbors said that when the incident occurred, the family had only recently moved to the city.

Roman Lopez Press Release by Leigh Egan

 

At a joint news conference Thursday, Lindsay Piper and Jordan Piper are facing multiple charges, including child neglect, poisoning and torture, Placerville police and the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office said.

The pair were booked into Calaveras County Jail, which, officials said, is where they had been staying.

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According to Crime Online, his father said, “And the only reason we got it is because I physically pulled two deputies over in their department car … so I kept pushing, I kept pushing,”

“We have no idea what happened, where they found him, what the autopsy report said, if that’s even done, any suspects, nothing,”

“We have nothing. I’ve called repeatedly, all day long, every day.”

Investigation

Police officers were unable to locate Roman in an initial search, according to the Thursday release, but found his body after a second attempt at the home on Coloma Street in Placerville, California. The inquiry included consulting with child violence and medical professionals, reviewing physical evidence, seizing and looking at data on electronic devices.

Several law enforcement agencies were contacted because, after Roman died, the Pipers had moved from Placerville to Calaveras County. Roman lived with the Pipers and with the other seven children.

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