Detectives offer reward up to $5,000 for information Howard

County police have identified a body recently found in a wooded area in Columbia as Nahun Odilio Delgado-Sanchez, 34, of Columbia. Detectives are investigating the circumstances of his death and believe there was foul play. They are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information in the case.

Police received information Oct. 20 that there may be a body in a wooded area adjacent to the 6100 block of Old Dobbin Lane in Long Reach area of Columbia. Officers searched and located Delgado-Sanchez deceased. Investigators believe Delgado-Sanchez was last seen alive approximately one month ago, but he had not been reported missing.

Delgado-Sanchez’s death has been preliminarily ruled a homicide. There are no further details available about the nature of his injuries.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police at 410-313-STOP or Callers may remain anonymous.


Scott E


  1. Eww! Are you kidding? Yet another dead body strewn along columbia’s pathways. What is going on?? I had predicted this sort of thing occurring with Ball’s bmo influx moves but never dreamt things would get this bad. This is way off the charts ..even using 2019 AI models.
    What if some kid was the first to spot the bloodied corpse? I mean its nuts to see HOCO slide toward the Bmo abyss next door.
    We need better and tougher no nonsense leadership – tough on crime and enforcing illegal apprehension. Once you see protestors for violent ICE deportees, while victims suffer, it sends a message and even the MS-13 are watching to see just how much leeway they have.
    For every action, theres a reaction. now another dead body makes 5 in 1 month!! Used to be 3 murders per year in HOCO 10 years ago.

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