Police on Wednesday identified the body of a man found dead alongside a multiple-murder suspect in an Orange County park this week.
Felmley, described as a homeless "nomad," was suspected of a double murder and arson case in Sacramento from Monday morning and a carjacking in Merced, Calif. in the afternoon.
Police warned Felmley's relatives in Southern California, including Orange County. Among those warned was Felmley's mother, who spoke to NBC4 on Tuesday night and asked not to be identified by name.
"We were in hiding," she said during a tearful interview.
Felmley's relationship to Duran was not immediately clear.
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