A 17-year-old Indiana high school football player has been found guilty in charge of murdering a cheerleader who was a pregnant baby.
Let’s Know The Whole Story Of The Planned Murder
Aaron Trejo, of Mishawaka, east of South Bend, was found guilty on Wednesday in charge of murder of Breana Rouhselang, 17, who was six months pregnant with his baby.
He was out on bail from St. Joseph County Jail in South Bend. And now he will be inside bars.
How This Planned Murder Happened And Changed Three Lives
Aaron Trejo and Breana Rouhselang were dating each other at the very tender age of 14-15.
She was pregnant at the time of her murder. She was 16 years old when she was pregnant and murdered. She waited too long to reveal this to Aaron Trejo in fear of abortion as she wants to keep the baby.
Aaron Trejo, the moment got to know about Breana Rouhselang’s pregnancy he planned Murder to kill her and their baby.
Breana Rouhselang’s Missing Incident
Breana Rouhelang was a school cheerleader. She was a softball player and football team manager.
She went missing in December after she went outside her family home to talk to Aaron Trejo for the last time.
Breana Rouhselang’s After Murder story
Breana Rouhselang’s dead body was found in the garbage bag in the dumping yard. She had many stab wounds on her body at the time of her death.
Aaron Trejo planned this Murder before a week. He also admitted that he threw the murder weapon in the river after killing Breana Rouhselang.
“It doesn’t matter how much time someone is given, the loss is never going to be replaced,” Mishawaka Police Lt. Tim Williams said
Aaron Trejo sentenced 80 years of life imprisonment in charge of murdering.