14-Year-Old Texas Girl’s Kaytlynn Cargill Death Ruled a Homicide

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14-Year-Old Texas Girl’s Kaytlynn Cargill Death Ruled a Homicide

Post by redpill on Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:58 pm

14-Year-Old Texas Girl’s Kaytlynn Cargill

14-Year-Old Texas Girl’s Death Ruled a Homicide Weeks After Her Body Was Found in a Landfill

By Char Adams•@CiCiAdams_

Posted on August 11, 2017 at 3:50pm EDT

A medical examiner has ruled the death of a missing 14-year-old girl a homicide nearly two months after her body was found in a landfill in Arlington, Texas, PEOPLE confirms.

A spokesperson with the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office in Texas tells PEOPLE that Kaytlynn Cargill died of “homicidal violence.”

An autopsy for the girl is expected to be completed on or before Sept. 21, the official says.

Officials with Texas’ Bedford Police Department also announced the news in a Facebook post on Thursday, noting that no arrests have been made in the girl’s death and the investigation is ongoing.

Cargill vanished on June 19 while walking her dog near her home on Bedford’s Oak Creek Lane. Her body was found two days later, on June 21, in the Republic Services landfill in Arlington.

“We had no indication that Cargill was abducted or kidnapped,” Bedford Police Chief Jeff Gibson has previously said. “We did not have any of the specific requirements that would allow us to initiate an AMBER Alert.”
A massive search for Cargill ensued when she did not return home after 30 minutes of walking her dog that day, police said at the time. Local residents posted several flyers around town, pleading for her return.

“The dog was found tied to a fence at the nearby dog park,” one flyer read.
Although police have released very little information about Cargill’s death, Chief Gibson has said that there is no immediate threat to the public.

Investigators searched the apartment complex where Cargill lived and spoke with several people, Gibson said. He added that Cargill’s parents initially told police that she may have been at a certain friend’s home, but officials were unable to locate her.


so we have a murder mystery on our hands. how safe is texas?

and how safe am i, knowing there is a killer out there?

no details as to when where she may have met her killer, day time or night time or motive. whether sexual robbery thrill kill

based on news reports it seems sometime in the day she was walking her dog in a neighborhood and she met her killer, but thus far no eye witness report as to the actual murder

who tied the dog her or the killer?

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