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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Eddy Azcarate
One week after a Fairfax County teenager went missing, a body was found off a park trail close to where the high school student’s car was parked.
"We have found a body, but that's about all I can confirm right now," Mr. Azcarate said.
Fairfax County police spokesman Eddy Azcarate said he could not confirm the body was that of 17-year-old Bryan Glenn, but the person who found it was a volunteer from a search party organized to find the missing W.T. Woodson High School student, and police had been in contact with the young man's parents.