A Texas female has been billed with supporting to mutilate and dispose of the physique of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen.
Cecily Aguilar, 22, faces a single depend of conspiracy to tamper with evidence in Guillen’s April 22 disappearance from the Texas US Military foundation, NBC Information reported Thursday.
The announcement arrives just one working day following Guillen’s loved ones mentioned in the course of an emotional press convention that they thought that continues to be observed in the vicinity of the armed forces base have been individuals of the 20-12 months-previous 3rd Cavalry Regiment soldier — and that a serviceman who shot himself as cops shut in was her killer.
Authorities on Thursday identified the serviceman as Aaron David Robinson, 20.
Investigators have not verified that the continues to be found in a mound around the foundation are individuals of Guillen.
But authorities reported Thursday that a second suspect taken into custody this week was Aguilar, who was allegedly told by Robinson that he killed Guillen by hitting her in the head with a hammer, NBC reported.
Aguilar, the estranged spouse of a former Fort Hood soldier, is accused of serving to Robinson get rid of the system by burying it in a distant internet site in Bell County near the foundation.
Authorities reported past month that they suspected foul engage in in Guillen’s disappearance, who left her auto keys, room key, ID card and wallet in the Fort Hood armory in which she experienced been doing work.
Also on Thursday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and California Rep. Jackie Speier referred to as for a federal probe into Guillen’s scenario.
“We believe that a comprehensive investigation b the Division of Protection Inspector Common can assist establish a range of important facts about SPC Guillen’s place of work, disappearance, and the Army’s reaction to the two,” they said in a letter for protection department Acting Inspector General Sean O’Donnell.
“We are dismayed that we have to request these issues in the wake of SPC Guillen’s disappearance.”