We reported earlier that the late great Randy Rhoads and his mother Delores had their instruments, guitars and gear stolen from the Musonia School of Music in North Hollywood, California. Some of that memorabilia has been found in a dumpster. A man named Barry Stiglets contacted The Metal Voice and gave the exclusive interview.
Barry Stiglets told Editor In Chief of The Metal Voice that he and his lady neighbor Bobbi Fredriksz were both walking her dog when they stumbled upon some Randy Rhoads items in a dumpster at 6:30am. Stiglets told The Metal Voice the dumpster was located near Burbank Boulevard and Sunnyslope Avenue.
Jimmy Kay Editor-in-Chief of THE METAL VOICE talks to local resident Barry Stiglets as he joined his neighbor Bobbi Fredriksz who was walking her dog and she discovered some Randy Rhoads items in a dumpster this morning at 6:30 am Dec 8 2019 L.A. time. Barry told THE METAL VOICE The dumpster was on right on path of his daily dog-walking routine.
Stiglets explained how he noticed what he immediately recognized as hard music cases protruding from the dumpster and moved in closer to get a better look, that is when he knew it was the stolen Randy Rhoads gear that went missing from the Musonia School of Music.
Hear The Full Exclusive Interview Below:
Some Randy Rhoads Items recovered & found in Dumpster from Musonia Robbery