VISTA: Marine accused of murder set to be arraigned
(CNS) – A Camp Pendleton Marine corporal accused in the slaying of
a Navy veteran whose body was found inside his parked sport utility vehicle
in Fallbrook last month is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday on murder charges.
Kevin Albert Richard Coset, 23, was taken into custody shortly after 5
p.m. Friday at Camp Pendleton after homicide detectives obtained a warrant for
his arrest, said San Diego County sheriff's Capt. Duncan Fraser.
Coset is suspected of killing Alvin Bulaoro, whose body, showing signs
of trauma, was found on the evening of Jan. 3 zipped inside a sleeping bag in
the back seat of his own Toyota 4Runner in a parking lot in the 1100 block of
South Mission Road, Fraser said.
Members of Bulaoro's family found the SUV after previously reporting him
missing. They had last seen him on Dec. 21, Fraser said. No motive for the
slaying was released.
Bulaoro was a U.S. Navy veteran who later served as a second lieutenant
in the U.S. Army Reserve, according to news reports. The victim worked as an
administrator in a family-owned home healthcare business, UT San Diego