Soldier Found Dead at Texas Army Base


SAN ANTONIO, TX – Officials at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston confirmed a soldier was found dead in his car late Friday night.

According to JBSA, the soldier was identified as 38-year-old Spc. Craig Boylston.

Boylston was an Army Reserve member who was on active duty for training at the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence.

Boylston had been assigned to the Medical Center of Excellence training brigade since March as a dental specialist.

“Spc. Boylston was a valued member of our Army family,” said Col. Wesley Anderson, commander of 32nd Medical Brigade. “As we work through this loss together as an organization, our primary focus is to ensure that Craig’s family receives the support they will need during this extremely difficult time.”

At this time the circumstances regarding Boylston's death have not been confirmed and the case remains under investigation by the  Criminal Investigation Division of the Army’s law enforcement.

The El Paso native has been part of the military for over 11 years.

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