AMERICA’s MOST WANTED, Jesse Csincsak Helps Solve Murder Case of Snowboarder Ben Bradley!!!

Jesse Csincsak, the former professional snowboarder, and winner of the Bachelorette season 4, recently contributed to helping solve the murder of Ben Bradley, on “America’s Most Wanted,” with John Walsh.

Bradley, a devoted snowboarder, last contacted friends the evening of June 2, 2006, from Rock Springs as he was traveling to visit friends in Jackson. He had worked at the Winter Park Ski Area in Colorado as a snow maker and had planned to work the winter of 2006-2007 in Jackson, his family said.

According to court records, Conn told federal agents that he and two other “male subjects” attacked Bradley at a Rock Springs residence after they spent hours there together “getting high.”

Sadly, Bradley was killed over a custom-made black “Never Summer” snowboard, that was painted with the image of an eagle with lightning bolts in its talons.

The case drew national media attention, including coverage on the television program “America’s Most Wanted,” with John Walsh. Jesse Csincsak appeared on Bradley’s episode, to help the AMW team solve the mystery of WHO killed the snowboarder.

Thankfully, based on the episode that aired, led to clues and the capture of Eric John Conn. He was arrested March 18 in St. Louis. He’s charged with first-degree murder and other crimes in the death of Ben Bradley. Conn’s arrest is the first public break in the investigation.

Jesse, who’s working on a new reality show, is thrilled that the murder has finally been solved. His thoughts and prayers go out to Ben Bradley’s family.

To catch up on what Jesse’s been up to, check out his official website here.

Posted by Jacy Nova

Jacy Nova is the resident Astrologer and Managing Editor for Astrochicks.com. Born under the zodiac sign of Virgo, she has a Libra Rising and Libra Moon.

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