In Texas, a teenage girl was killed with a hammer after trying to buy weed. The fourteen-year-old Kaytlynn Cargill had been missing for two days before the police found her body. The police have since identified, arrested, and charged a suspect. The details of this case are murky. What exactly happened to Kaytlynn Cargill?
On June 19, 14-year-old Bedford, Texas resident Kaytlynn Cargill disappeared. Her parents last saw her taking their dog out for a walk. When she didn’t return thirty minutes later, they called the police and reported her missing.
According to witnesses, this is what happened after Cargill left her parents’ house for the last time. Cargill left her dog tied to a fence at a local dog park and asked another person there to watch her pet “for a minute.” She never came back, and the dog was later found still tied to the fence.
A witness, whose name has not been released because they are a juvenile, was with Cargill at the dog park. The witness, who we will refer to as “X,” said that Cargill was going to the pool area of the apartment complex where an acquaintance of theirs lived.
X told the police that the acquaintance had arranged to give Cargill and X cannabis. The two had planned to use the cannabis to make dabs and then sell it back to the acquaintance for $300.
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