Gabriel Gabaldon Obituary, Death – According to a spokesperson for the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Gabriel Jacob Gabaldon, age 50, was identified as the man whose body was found early on Tuesday morning in unincorporated Sonoma County close to the city borders of Rohnert Park. The location of the discovery was close to the city limits of Rohnert Park.
Coroner’s Gabaldon, a transient, was discovered dead in a tent near the Santa Rosa/Rohnert Park city lines at approximately 4:45 in the morning on Tuesday, according to sheriff’s Spokesperson Rob Dillion. Dillion told Patch in an email that deputies were called to the vicinity of Roberts Lake Road where the tent was located. Gabaldon was found dead in the tent by deputies.
“At this difficult time, the Sheriff’s Office would like to send our deepest condolences to the friends and family of Mr. Gabaldon, as well as to the rest of the community,” said Dillion. “We are very sorry for your loss.” According to the sheriff’s office, early evidence revealed that Gabaldon’s death was not a homicide; it appeared that he died of wounds that he caused against himself, as the investigation led by deputies and detectives suggested that it was not a homicide.
“While it is not typical to release information on death investigations for apparent suicides, social media rumors claimed this was a homicide before detectives were able to investigate and determine what had happened,” Dillion said. “This case was apparently a suicide, but detectives were able to determine that it was actually a homicide.”
It was initially believed that this case was a suicide, but investigators were able to uncover that it actually involved a homicide. “You can quickly connect with a skilled counselor by contacting or texting the number 988 if you are having suicidal thoughts. If you are having suicidal thoughts, the number is 988. There is always someone who is able to lend a helping hand to you.