Thursday, April 24, 2014 | 9:04 a.m.
Investigators are testing blood evidence found in a van that belonged to a 26-year-old Mexican man whose body was found in February off a dirt road near the Nevada-Idaho border town of Jackpot.
Elko County Undersheriff Clair Morris tells the Elko Daily Free Press the 1996 Ford Windstar with Idaho plates belonged to Leopoldo Filverio-Martinez.
It was found in Utah and was taken Wednesday to a crime lab in Reno.
Detectives have said they think Filverio-Martinez may have been killed by an unknown assailant in a dispute about a woman.
Filverio-Martinez was from Guajara, Mexico, and worked at a dairy farm in Gooding, Idaho.
His body was found Feb. 3 along a dirt road off U.S. Highway 93 with four gunshot wounds to the chest.