Dziadura knew he was under investigation, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office’s incident report. He fled before detectives could talk to him. At about 1 a.m. Monday, after Dziadura sent the text, Monroe County deputies arrived at Card Sound Bridge and found Dziadura’s gray minivan.
The keys were in the ignition and it was unlocked. Inside were his wallet, a 40-pound dumbbell, two baseball bats, a crowbar, some clothes, a shoe, a suitcase and a child’s car seat.
On Dziadura’s Facebook page, he is seen with his pretty wife and four young children in a family photo taken in 2009. There are also more than 100 pictures of two of his sons when they were babies.
His cellphone was found about halfway up the bridge. Immediately below, the 40-pound weight was found, without a rope or anything else attached to it.
“People always jump from the high point. Why did he only go halfway up?” Ramsay said. “And if you are telling somebody you are killing yourself you don’t give details like the specific amount of the weight.”
And Ramsay said that the body wouldn’t have moved far from where it landed in that location, even with current.
“Everything points to this guy knowing he could go to jail for a long time and trying to hide and duck from authorities,” Ramsay said. “It happens all the time.”