Police in Bedford, Texas believe that 14-year-old Kaytlynn Cargill was murdered by a 16-year-old acquaintance with a hammer after she was involved in a drug deal.
According to the arrest warrant obtained by PEOPLE, a teen boy — whose name was redacted on the report — has been charged with murder in connection with her death. He is being held on $250,000 bond. The warrant states that the teen was arrested at Fort Worth-area high school.
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 nearby Arlington, Texas.
In August, her death was ruled the result of “homicidal violence,” according to the medical examiner.
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Kaytlynn CargillSource: Bedford Police Department Facebook
Police say that they have used text messages and other cellular data to figure out what happened to the girl.
The arrest warrant alleges that she met the suspect at an apartment complex near her home to obtain marijuana. The teens originally met at the complex’s swimming pool. At some point, Cargill accompanied the suspect to his apartment, according to the warrant.
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