/Vanessa Gillen is the second suspect identified in the missing persons case

Vanessa Gillen is the second suspect identified in the missing persons case

KILLIN, Texas (WDVM) – A 22-year-old woman is facing federal charges over her alleged involvement in the disappearance of U.S. military expert Vanessa Gillian.

A press release sent to the U.S. District Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Texas said a criminal charge was filed against Sicily Aguilar on Thursday on charges of conspiracy to tamper with him as evidence.

The complaint alleges that “Aaron Robinson, a 20-year-old U.S. Army expert, told Aguilar that he hit a female soldier in the head with a hammer while he was in fitness. Hood April 22, 2020.”

Earlier this week, Robinson He killed himself when police confronted him.

The indictment further states that Robinson took Gillen’s body to a “remote site in Bell County” and that Aguilar assisted him in disposing of his body. According to the allegations, the body was identified as that of Vanessa Gillian after Aguilar helped Robinson remove it.

Authorities have not yet confirmed that Vanessa Guilen, a human remains found in Bell County. Aguilar is in custody and is awaiting his initial appearance in federal court in Waco, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, which is expected to happen next week.

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