Arlington, Texas: The last time when 14-year old Kaytlynn Cargill was seen was June 19. Two days after her disappearance, the young girl was found dead in the landfill in Arlington, Texas. The place is merely ten miles away from her Bedford home.
Within a few hours after her disappearance her family members called police and got a missing person’s report registered. Massive search operation was launched by multiple agencies to find the young girl. Common people too did their best to locate the child, but to no avail.
The girl’s body was discovered from a landfill nearly ten miles away from her home. The body was found in such a bad shape that it was difficult to recognize her. But her family members finally recognized her from her cloths and other signs.
The girl had reportedly gone to walk her dog. According to a witness cited in the arrest warrant, she went to the dog park to take part in an exchange of marijuana with a 16-year-old suspect and his brother. The girl was reportedly set to take the marijuana to make “dabs” and sell it back to the suspect.
The court documents quote an named witness as telling the police that Cargill was asked to come to the Oak Creek Apartments alone, without the witness or her dog, the arrest warrant states. The witness said Cargill ran away from the dog park because the suspect saw him watching them. Cargill and the witness returned to Cargill’s home, but she returned to the dog park roughly an hour later “to get the money,” according to witness cited in the warrant. The witness tied Cargill’s dog up and went to play basketball and never saw her again.
In the meantime the Tarrant County Medical examiner has revealed Kaytlynn Cargill cause of death as being a case of “homicidal violence” and police found Cargill’s blood on a hammer, which they believe was used as the murder weapon, according to an arrest warrant affidavit obtained by NBC.
The girl was killed by a hammer and a 16-year-old has been charged in connection to her death, according to the Bedford Police Department. The suspect has been arrested at O.D. Wyatt High School in Fort Worth and charged in connection to Cargill’s death. The suspect, described as Cargill’s acquaintance, is being held at the Tarrant County Juvenile Detention Facility on $250,000 bond, cops said.