Dallas teenager charged with murder after AMBER Alert issued for her | EUROtoday

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A Dallas teenager was charged with murder simply hours after an AMBER Alert was issued for the lady when she briefly went lacking underneath “suspicious circumstances.”

The Friday morning alert for 17-year-old Natalie Navarro was cancelled when she was discovered secure, however in a weird twist, she now faces a murder cost.

Ms Navarro and the suspect in her reported disappearance, 21-year-old Yordy “Jordy” Martinez, are each needed within the 29 August capturing demise of Arturo Pena, additionally 21.

Pena’s physique was present in a car alongside West Oates Road in Audubon Park in Garland, Texas final week. He had been reported lacking to the Dallas Police Department on 27 August.

Both Ms Navarro and Mr Martinez had warrants out for their arrest in connection to Pena’s demise when the AMBER Alert was issued.

Further particulars about Ms Navarro’s arrest weren’t launched and Garland police say they’re nonetheless “trying to figure out exactly” how the three people knew one another.

(Navarro County Office of Emergency Management)

Mr Martinez is feared to have fled throughout the US-Mexico border and stays at giant. He has a legal historical past that  features a felony indictment for allegedly capturing a gun right into a home in Garland final November.

“There’s a lot of stuff going out, we’ve collected a lot of evidence, so we’re trying to process everything right now,’ Lt Richard Maldonado of the Garland Police Department said.

Yordy ‘Jordy’ Martinez

(Navarro County Office of Emergency Management)

“The reason why this happened, we’ve yet to totally determine that,” he added a few potential motive.

“We hope to get more when we talk to Natalie to see exactly what was going on if these persons knew each other, if they had a relationship, if there was a falling out.”

Anyone with data on Mr Martinez’s location or Pena’s murder is requested to name the Garland Police at 972-485-4840