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19-year-old NJ man Irving Mayren-Guzman took part in the altercation before disappearing and dying, police say – NBC10 Philadelphia

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A young man found dead in Atlantic County, New Jersey, on Tuesday was involved in a scuffle before he went missing over the weekend, according to police.

A cousin who was helping with the search found the body of 19-year-old Irving Mayren-Guzman in a marshy area just east of Centrefolds Nightclub around 9:30am on Tuesday. The cause of death is awaiting an autopsy.

Mayren-Guzman was last seen alive early Sunday morning while visiting Centrefolds. Police said he was involved in a scuffle at the club. He then began walking east on Delilah Road towards Atlantic City. That was the last time he was seen alive.

“Went inside this club right after me and when his friend came out he realized he wasn’t out and he went inside to find him himself,” said Mayren-Guzman’s brother, Alex Mayren, told NBC10. “And he just got a bunch of different stories from a bunch of different workers. They are just everywhere. They couldn’t give him a direct answer. And they haven’t been able to find him since.”

State Police, family and friends gathered in groups along Delilah Road on Monday and handed out flyers as they continued their search for Mayren-Guzman. Police also used helicopters, drones and bloodhounds during the search.

“Unfortunately yesterday afternoon as we were conducting a search, search and tracking of K-9 with a drone, the tide was up,” Pleasantville Police Captain Stacy Schlachter said. “So that area is usually covered with water. So that’s probably why he wasn’t identified yesterday.”

Mayren-Guzman’s aunt described him as a good kid who worked at an auto shop. He had plans to go to college and become a barber.

https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/irving-mayren-guzman-body-found-nj/3119634/ 19-year-old NJ man Irving Mayren-Guzman took part in the altercation before disappearing and dying, police say – NBC10 Philadelphia

Huynh Nguyen

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