BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Keeping in mind that Boca Police are very good at what they do, and often know significantly more than they reveal in the early stages of an investigation, there is a question being asked throughout the region this afternoon: who killed Edvin Milkevic, also known as Edwin Damian?
The Boca Raton resident was found dead this morning on I-95 between Linton and Yamato. He crashed his car into a construction barrel near where workers were paving the highway. A FHP trooper heard the crash and found Milkevic in his car, dead from a bullet wound. Milkevic was rushed to Delray Medical Center where doctors confirmed there was nothing they could do.
A search of social media reveals that Milkevic, 29, was a “Business Development Consultant” for the South Florida Region for Dash Capital Partners. He hadn’t updated his Facebook page since April of 2017. His LinkedIn profile reveals that he previously worked in the food industry and had earned a Master’s Degree in Criminal Law from Vilnius Universitetas which proclaims itself as the “oldest and largest Lithuanian higher education institution.”
Court records reveal that Milkevic was “dissolved” in April of 2017 from Catalina Vallejo Borda. Milkevic received three moving violations over the past several years. Adjudication was withheld in each case.
Know anything? Call CrimeStoppers at 800-458-8477.
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