A person was arrested for the alleged homicide of a lacking Texas girl whose stays had been found on Saturday, in response to officers.
Mario Juan Chacon Jr., 24, was taken into custody Saturday afternoon and is being charged with homicide, in response to the Midland Police Division. The arrest stems from an investigation into the disappearance of 20-year-old Madeline Molina Pantoja.
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She was final seen alive at round 11 p.m. on Might 10 at 1711 West Francis. Police opened an intensive investigation into her disappearance the next day.
The seek for Pantoja had been working “on a 24-hour foundation” over the previous week, Midland Police Chief Seth Herman stated in a press convention Friday, with the FBI, the Texas Rangers, the Division of Homeland Safety and the Midland County Sheriff’s Workplace becoming a member of the investigation.
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Pantoja’s stays had been discovered Saturday about three miles east of County Street 190 and County Street 1160 in Midland. An post-mortem might be carried out in Dallas County as a part of the continuing investigation.