Police report shows what suspect did after Preston Lord attack

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By journalsofus.com

QUEEN CREEK, AZ (AZ Family) — The Queen Creek police report into Preston Lord’s death revealed the lengths the Renner family allegedly went to to conceal Talan Renner’s involvement in Preston Lord’s death.

The 16-year-old boy was beaten after a Halloween party in October and died days later. His death led to a massive investigation in the East Valley and, ultimately, seven arrests in the murder. Arizona’s family is reviewing a police report of more than 1,000 pages.

We learned that people close to the Renner family told police they took steps to hide Talan’s injuries and Talan himself.

According to the reportTalan’s father, Travis Renner, had a long-time girlfriend who was close to the family. Although they broke up before the attack on Preston Lord, she still had access to Travis’ credit card history.

She told police that after the fatal assault, Talan was taken to the family cabin in Show Low, about three hours from where they live.

He went on to say that while Talan was at the cabin, he was messaging her on Snapchat. Talan sent her a photo of himself walking the family dog, Gucci. She told police that from the photo she could see that her jaw was swollen.

The ex-girlfriend also told police that the lawyer had advised the Renners to let Talan’s hands heal before bringing him back to town.

The woman described Talan as an “angry boy” and a “fighter.” She said that he “has a lot of aggression and “when he gets angry, he gets angry.”

He described Talan as muscular and “full of rage.” Because she was part of the family for a long time, she told the police that she cares about Talan and feels bad that he might be misunderstood, but the turning point for her was hearing about the video surveillance, where Talan talks about getting away with yours and the incident. being “closed coffin.”

Talán Renner, along with the other six suspectsThey have pleaded not guilty to the crime.

Neither of the suspect’s parents have been charged with anything related to the murder of Preston Lord.

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