Fort Hood soldiers body found near base; 3rd death in month
AUSTIN, Texas U.S. Army officials on Tuesday said that the body of a Fort Hood solider was found near the Texas army base, marking the third time in a month that a Fort Hood soldiers body has been discovered. Mejhor Morta, 26, was found unresponsive July 17 in the vicinity of Stillhouse Hollow Lake, according to Fort Hood officials. Morta's awards and decorations include the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal and the Army Service Ribbon. Then on July 1, U.S. Army officials found more human remains, which were later identified as 20-year-old missing Fort Hood soldier Pfc. Vanessa Guillen, near the Leon River in Bell County, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of Fort Hood.
Vanessa Guillen murals: These are the artistic remembrances of the Fort Hood soldier across Texas
HOUSTON Murals featuring fallen Fort Hood soldier, Vanessa Guillen, are being painted across the state in the days since the U.S. Army confirmed that the human remains found near the Leon River in Bell County on June 30 were indeed hers. Many of the murals bear her image and are reminiscent of the hashtags #Justice4Vanessa, #justiceforvanessaguillen #iamvanessaguillen and #vanessaguillen -- trending since she went missing on April 22. HoustonGalvestonKilleenDonnaFort WorthSan JuanWeslacoFresno, TexasAustinCecily Aguilar, 22, is accused of tampering with evidence in connection with the 20-year-old soldiers disappearance. She told investigators her estranged husband, soldier Aaron Robinson killed Guillen with a hammer on April 22 and asked her to help him dispose of the body. Robinson died last week from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Search resumes for missing Fort Hood soldier as family calls for congressional investigation
Texas EquuSearch will focus on an undisclosed patch of rural property in Bell County Saturday. The group is searching for Houstonian and soldier, Vanessa Guillen, who has been missing since April 22. We don’t know how many people could possibly be involved,” Texas EquuSearch founder Tim Miller said. Miller plans to drive to the Fort Hood area Friday night and meet with a team of about two dozen. Mayra said that she planned on being with Texas EquuSearch in Bell County this weekend.
Renters prepare for tough choices as eviction proceedings resume in Texas
But the landlord insisted that she had to leave even though the Texas Supreme Court had halted eviction proceedings statewide since March 19. But last week, the state's highest civil court allowed eviction proceedings to resume starting Tuesday. But Way said affordable housing was already scarce in Texas and that renters have been disproportionately affected by the economic crisis created by COVID-19. After that, if a tenant doesnt leave on their own, the landlord can file for an eviction with the local justice court. After that, a constable will try to deliver eviction lawsuit papers to the tenant or post them by their door.