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A Texas teenager was arrested on a murder charge after telling the police of his unmarried, pregnant sister, was an “embarrassment to the family, so he killed her and it took her disappearance to look like a suicide.
Viridiana Arevalo, 23, was reported missing by her boyfriend, in The Colony, Texas, just a week ago, according to the report. The family found a note she left, saying she wanted to get herself killed. She was eight months pregnant.
On Monday, in The Colony, with the police announcing that her 19-year-old brother, Eduardo Arevalo was facing a capital murder charge following the discovery of her body Sunday in a back alley.
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Police said the teen also told investigators he killed her because she was a “shame to the family,” and stated that “it would be better that she’s not here,” Fox 4 in Dallas reported.
“It’s not what our officers, and they wanted to make it two days before Christmas,” Sgt. Aaron Woodard of The Colony’s Police force, told a press conference at the Dallas Morning News reported.
Eduardo Arevalo told police he killed his sister, Viridiana because she was an ” embarrassment to the family
(Colony Police Department)
Police said Arevalo confessed to strangling his sister, Jan. 16, Fox 4 reported. He is also admitted to writing the suicide note, the family have been found.
He told investigators that he and the body in the trunk of his car, and after about an hour of riding and dumped it in a secluded spot, out of the city, the station reported.
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“As the week went on, He made a statement that he wanted his family to know where Viri was, so he sat down and picked up her body and brought her back Sunday morning and into the early hours of the morning, and dumped her body in the alley,” the station quoted Woodard, so-to-speak.
The police have been called to be the body of the invention.
Arevalo became a suspect after detectives reviewed video surveillance of the street, a police news release said.
Last week, local media reported that the police found no sign of foul play, after Viridiana’s gone.
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“We have to believe that this is a voluntary absence, the” Colony police department tweeted.