Kaytlynn’s body was found June 21 in a north Arlington landfill, two days after she went missing from the her family’s Bedford apartment.
The Tarrant County medical examiner later ruled that she died of “homicidal violence,” but declined to provide details.
Prosecutors will seek to certify as an adult a 16-year-old Fort Worth youth accused of using a hammer to kill a 14-year-old Bedford girl this summer.
A certification hearing has not been scheduled for the teen, who has been charged with delinquent conduct/murder.
The witness saw Kaytlynn meet with the suspect, but she ran away because she saw the witness watching them, according to the warrant.
The witness and Kaytlynn returned to her home, but Kaytlynn returned to the dog park about an hour later “to get the money,” according to the warrant.
The arrest warrant affidavit states that he is accused of killing Katylynn during an alleged 0 marijuana deal at the Oak Creek West Apartments, near Pennington Field in Bedford, where she lived with her parents.Please follow all rules and obey instructions given by the moderators or administrators of the site. We do not discriminate against sex, race or sexual orientation. Start chatting online and meeting new friends right now.If you are ready to chat, please click Chat Now below or scroll down for further information about Adult Chat Net. All you will need to participate is to have a modern browser on your desktop or laptop.“It could be several months before that hearing is held,” Tarrant County district attorney spokeswoman Sam Jordan said in a Thursday telephone interview.The teen, who remains in the custody of Tarant County juvenile authorities, has been charged with delinquent conduct/murder in the slaying of Kaytlynn Cargill on June 19.