Friday, August 11, 2017

Cargill's Cause Of Death Ruled Homicidal Violence


The cause of death for a Bedford teen found dead in a landfill is homicidal violence, the Tarrant County Medical Examiner said Thursday.

Kaytlynn Cargill disappeared on a Monday night in June from her family’s apartment complex. She was found dead in an Arlington landfill two days later. Her death raised questions about why Bedford police never issued an Amber Alert.

In a press release from Bedford police on Thursday, they maintained that there is no threat to the public despite no arrests being made.

"To maintain the integrity of the investigation, the Bedford Police Department cannot and will not discuss any specifics, as this still an open and active investigation," the department said.

Kaytlynn disappeared on June 19 about 6:20 p.m. after leaving her apartment on Oak Creek Lane to walk her dog. Police said her parents looked for her for about 30 minutes and then reported her missing an hour and a half later.

Bedford police said Kaytlynn’s information was immediately entered into a local and national database for missing children, but at that point, officers had no information that led them to believe she was abducted or kidnapped.

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

THIS IS HEARTBREAKING.... BUT I QUESTION WHY AN AMBER ALERT WASN'T PUT OUT ON HER IMMEDIATELY, AND WHY THE PARENTS WAITED SO LONG TO REPORT HER MISSING... PRAYERS GOING UP AND OUT FOR HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR COMFORT AND STRENGTH FOR THE DAYS TO COME... RIP SWEET ANGEL