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Knife and Blood Samples from the Home of slain 12-year-old Teketria Buggs

According to reports from The Houston Chronicle, detectives collected a knife and blood samples from the home of Teketria Buggs. They also seized a car that was used in the transportation of her body.

Detectives recovered a knife and blood samples from the home of slain 12-year-old Teketria Buggs and also seized a car believed to have been used to take her body to a bridge where she was dropped in the Brazos River, according to a search warrant.

Investigators seized a 4-inch folding-blade knife that had a bent tip. Six blood samples were found and police also recovered ashes from a burn pile, according to the affidavit filed Wednesday at the Fort Bend County courthouse.

The warrant affidavit revealed more details on how the young girl was killed and an attempt to destroy potential evidence such as bloody clothing.

Carrington told police he caused the death of the young girl by inflicting blunt trauma and stabbing her with a knife, the warrant said.

“He transported the body of Teketria Buggs to the Brazos River Bridge on farm market rd. 1489 in his mother’s maroon 1993 Lincoln Town Car,” the affidavit said.

The warrant says Carrington went back to the house where he put blood-stained clothing and a blunt instrument into a garbage bag. He put the bag on a trash pile near the house. Carrington said a family member burned the trash pile but the warrant did not identify the person.

December 29th, 2005 at 04:34pm Posted by | Teketria Buggs | one comment

Remains identified as missing Aurora woman Marilyn Bethell

Authorities confirmed today said that human remains found in a wooded area are those of a 47-year-old Aurora woman, Marilyn Bethell, who has been missing since October.

Kane County authorities said the badly decomposed body was that of Marilyn Bethell, who was last seen Oct. 30 when she left her job at a substance-abuse treatment center in Hoffman Estates.

Kane County Coroner Chuck West said an autopsy determined Bethell died of head trauma.

Who killed Bethell remained a mystery Wednesday because authorities said they had no leads in the case.

Body Confirmed As Missing Woman

The body was found a few miles away from Bethell’s home. Who killed Bethell remained a mystery Wednesday because authorities said they had no leads in the case.

At a news conference Wednesday afternoon, the coroner said that Bethell died from head trauma. Police added that they believe the apparent homicide took place where Bethell’s body was found.

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Decomposed Body Found by Hikers, Presumed to be missing Aurora woman, Marilyn Bethell

December 29th, 2005 at 01:35am Posted by | autopsy, Found Deceased, Missing Adult | no comments