KILLEEN, TX (WBAP/KLIF NEWS)- More information on how a Ft. Hood soldier was murdered has been released after a second suspect has been identified.
22-year-old Cecily Auigilar has been identified as the civilian suspect and has been charged with one count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence. She is now being held at the Bell County Jail.
The primary suspect, Army Specialist Aaron Robinson, who had killed himself shortly after fleeing Ft. Hood Wednesday morning, reportedly told Auigilar that he had killed Guillen by striking her in the head multiple times with a hammer at Ft. Hood on April 22nd. He is believed to have asked Auigilar for help in the disposal of Guillen’s body, which included mutilating and attempting to burn the body.
Partial remains believed to be Guillen’s were found Tuesday morning near the Leon river, which is about 25 miles from Ft. Hood. These remains have not been identified but WFAA-TV says Guillen Family Attorney Natalie Khawam believes the remains belonged to the missing soldier.