Alex Holden Bio – Wiki
Alex Holden is identified as the missing son of two Missouri state judges who has been found dead in Sacramento, Calif., nearly a month after he went missing. His mother is Greene County Judge Margaret Palmietto and his uncle is former Missouri Gov. Bob Holden.
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE MISSING PERSON:
The Sacramento Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in helping us locate a missing person. 25 year old Alexander Holden was last seen on December 31, 2019. He is 6 foot 1 and 190 LBS with brown hair and brown eyes. pic.twitter.com/17Tu4BjV1x
— Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) January 3, 2020
Alex Holden Age
He was 25 years old.
Alex Holden Missing
The Amazon employee had been missing since New Year’s Eve, according to reports.
According to the reports of the News Leader cited, Holden left his Sacramento apartment and went missing after an “argument” with his girlfriend.
Police ruled out foul play, the Springfield News-Leader reported.
Death & Cause of Death
According to ,the Sacramento Police Department, the body found in the river near Highway 160 and the American River Bike Trail around 3 p.m. Sunday is said to be of Alex Holden.
“While this is not the outcome we hope for in any missing person case, Alex’s family finally has closure and can now begin the healing process after what has been a long month”, police spokesman Karl Chan claimed, according to the paper.
His parents told police that their son’s disappearance was uncharacteristic of him.
Police said Monday the Sacramento County Coroner's Office confirmed that a body found Sunday afternoon along the American River belonged to Alex Holden, the Sacramento man who had been missing since early New Year's Eve. https://t.co/gyOrpHYzGW
— FOX40 News (@FOX40) January 28, 2020
Investigators have not determined any cause of his death.
Greene County Judge Calvin Holden announced the death of Holden to the newspaper.
He is described as a “great, caring, compassionate person”.
The Sacramento Police Department said they found the body in the river near Highway 160 and the American River Bike Trail around 3 p.m. Sunday.
Family said Sunday detectives and the coroner’s office notified them that Holden’s passport and debit card were found on the recovered body; the body’s clothing also matched Holden’s description.