Former Mr Bungle member Theobald “Theo” Lengyel arrested

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Kamakaokalani, Lengyel’s former partner, was reported missing, last seen on December 3, 2023; Lengyel being the main suspect.

Theobald “Theo” Lengyelformer member and founder of Mr Bungle , has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his girlfriend. They recently found human remains in a wooded area of ​​a Berkeley park, which may be Alice “Alyx” Kamakaokalani. Although the DNA does not yet confirm whether the remains found belong to KamakaokalaniCapitola Police, via blabbermouthreleased a statement:

The diligent work of our investigators, in coordination with our law enforcement partners, has led to the arrest of Theobald Lengyel in connection with the tragic murder of Alice Kamakaokalanil.

“We extend our deepest condolences to the victim’s family and friends during this difficult time.”

According to the report of KRCRthe police claimed that it was foul play and authorities later identified Lengyel as a suspect.

Lengyel and Kamakaokalani They were previously married, and means like Stereogum they report that Lengyel He had previously been investigated for domestic violence. The couple divorced in 2017 and that same year Kamakaokalani filed a restraining order against Lengyel.

The musician is best known as one of the founding members of the California-based art-metal band, Mr Bunglein 1985. He played keyboard and saxophone on their first two releases, the 1991 self-titled album and the 1995 album Flying Disc remaining in the band for approximately a decade before leaving the lineup.

Mr Bungle They disbanded in 2000, however, reunited in 2020 when they released a re-recorded version of their 1986 demo. “The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny”‘, meeting in which Lengyel I do not participate.


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