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An Indiana teenager pleaded Wednesday guilty in the murder of a high school cheerleader who was pregnant with his child, according to a new report.
Aaron Trejo, 17, pleaded guilty at a scheduled status hearing, according to WSBT-TV.
Trejo was accused of stabbing a 17-year-old Breana Rouhselang, and their unborn baby last Nov. 8. The high-school football player, told police the two were arguing about the pregnancy on the night of her death, Fox 59 reported.
Aaron Trejo was admitted to the killing of Breana Rouhselang, and the development of its.
In charging documents obtained by Fox News in South Bend, Detective Gery Mullins said that Trejo told him that, “Breana waited too long to tell him about the pregnancy to have an abortion. I asked Aaron what he was doing and he replied, ” I took action … I took a part of her life.'”
A WASHINGTON STATE MAN WHO IS ACCUSED OF THE MURDER OF A HALF-SISTER, WHOSE BODY IS TRANSFORMED INTO A SUITCASE
Trejo told Mullins that he was put Rouhselang in the heart with a knife because he thought it would kill her quickly, and then stuffed her body in a black plastic bag and tossed the bag in a trash bin behind a restaurant, and he threw the phone and the gun in a river in Mishawaka, which is located approximately 80 miles east of Chicago.
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Trejo pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges of murder and feticide. He reportedly faces up to 80 years in prison when he is sentenced on Jan. 7, by the year 2020.
Fox News’ Greg Norman contributed to this report.