An Indiana decider on Tuesday entered a defence of not guilty for a high propagandize football actor who authorities contend confessed to murdering a cheerleader since she was profound with his baby and didn’t tell him shortly enough.
Aaron Trejo, 16, is being hold during a St. Joseph County Jail though bail after a not guilty defence was entered for a count of murder and a count of feticide, according to NBC associate WNDU.
Trejo was arrested Sunday after Breana Rouhselang’s mom reported her blank and investigators found her body lonesome in a black rubbish bag and in a dumpster behind a Mishawaka restaurant, according to prosecutors.
Charging papers filed Monday pronounced that Trejo told a questioner that Rouhselang, 17, had waited too prolonged to tell him she was profound with his baby, preventing her from removing an abortion.
“I took action…I took her life,” Trejo told a carnage detective, according to a documents. Rouhselang was 6 months pregnant, her stepmother told reporters Sunday.
Trejo pronounced he killed Rouhselang with a blade “because he suspicion it would kill Breana quickly,” a papers said. He pronounced he had been formulation a murder for about a week and brought a blade and a cosmetic bag from home to cover her body.
The teen pronounced he threw a blade and Rouhselang’s phone into a stream after transfer her physique in a dumpster.
Rouhselang died from mixed gash wounds, though a headband was tied so firmly around her neck that she was being strangled before she died, according to an autopsy.
Investigators questioned Trejo after Rouhselang’s mom told military that she final saw her daughter when a teen went outward to have a review with Trejo.
Trejo creatively pronounced he and Rouhselang had designed to meet, though she never showed. After an questioner asked if they had been fighting about a pregnancy, he confessed.
Officials pronounced Monday that Trejo is a football actor during Mishawaka High School and Rouhselang was a group manager, along with being a softball actor and cheerleader.
Trejo is approaching behind in justice on Dec. 19.