6/30/2020 4pm – BELL COUNTY, Texas – Partial human remains have been discovered in the ongoing search for PFC. Vanessa Guillen, according to the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division.
The CID sent out a release Tuesday saying that due to extensive investigative work conducted by special agents, they returned to an area of interest close to the Leon River in Bell County for more investigative work in the search for PFC. Vanessa Guillen.
After the CID received additional information, agents discovered what has been described as “partial human remains” after an analysis from a forensic anthropologist.
Army CID agents are currently on scene with the Texas Rangers, the FBI and the Bell County Sheriff’s Department. There is no confirmation as to the identity of the remains at this time.
Due to the ongoing criminal investigation, no further information has been released.
The Bell County Sheriff’s Department is assisting on scene – in addition to the Texas Rangers, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Fort Hood Criminal Investigation Division.
Sources: U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division, Bell County Sheriff’s Office
6/30/2020 9am – Saturday, witnesses reported finding unidentified remains in a Killeen field. The discovery was found within walking distance of the site where investigators found soldier Gregory Wedel Morales’ remains on June 19th. Foul play is suspected in her case.
This Thursday, another advisory is scheduled. That’s according to this Instagram post by a handle identified as “findvanessaguillen.” Here’s a look:
When we first told you about this story, it was to announce a press conference in front of the Fort Hood main gate, with Rep. Sylvia Garcia (D-Dist.29). It was then that investigators said that military investigators believed ‘foul play’ is involved in the disappearance of PFC. Vanessa Guillan.
Rep. Garcia said investigators would not expand on what ‘foul play’ meant.
On Monday, members of Equusearch searched along the Leon River in Bell County for Guillen.
Their search started Sunday, and they say they have a ‘good reason’ to be in the area.
The Texas Rangers, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation, and The Texas Game Wardens also took part in the search near FM 436 and North Hartrick Loop.
Volunteers put together a drive thru barbecue to help the family of PFC Vanessa Guillen to assist with their lodging while temporarily living in Killeen as well as paying lawyers and private investigators in the search for Guillen.
Hundreds of cars drove through at the Moss Rose Community Center in Killeen. The family decided on the barbecue idea to offer something to their supporters when they donate.