UPDATE: Body Found in Loxahatchee Identified As Bradley Todd, 40

UPDATE 6/26/2020: On June 26, 2020, detectives released the name of Bradley Todd as being identified as the victim in this active case. Bradley was last seen on May 23, 2020, riding a bicycle inside Dreher Park, 1200 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach. His last known clothing description was a red shirt and blue jean pants.

UPDATE 5/30/2020: Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office deputies responded to 16000 block of E Brighton Drive in reference to the discovery of a decomposing human. Deputies met with a worker from Indian Trail Road Improvement who advised he was grading E Brighton Drive, a dirt road, when he smelled a foul odor coming from the tree line. He investigated the odor and discovered a partially decomposing human. Detectives responded to the scene to investigate further and determined no outward signs of trauma were found on the deceased’s body. The deceased is a male. Positive identification is pending.

LOXAHATCHEE, FL – At approximately 12:35 pm, Palm Beach County Deputies responded to a badly decomposed body located by workers in the area of E. Brighton Drive just east of Seminole Pratt Whitney Road, Loxahatchee.


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According to the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office, detectives from the Violent Crimes Division are currently on scene investigating the incident. Once the scene is documented by Crime Scene Investigators the Medical Examiner’s Office will remove the body and an autopsy will be completed.

No suspect or motive is known at this time. There was also no word on the gender of the victim. This is a breaking news release and more information will be released when it becomes available.

UPDATE 5/30/2020: Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office deputies responded to 16000 block of E Brighton Drive in reference to the discovery of a decomposing human. Deputies met with a worker from Indian Trail Road Improvement who advised he was grading E Brighton Drive, a dirt road, when he smelled a foul odor coming from the tree line. He investigated the odor and discovered a partially decomposing human. Detectives responded to the scene to investigate further and determined no outward signs of trauma were found on the deceased’s body. The deceased is a male. Positive identification is pending.

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