Kaytlynn Cargill murder case has attracted the killer, who is known to be Jordin Roache.
He was found guilty of murdering Kaytlynn Cargill of North Texas with a hammer.
Jordin Roache is 21 when he commited the murder, and was arrested and charged for murder, as he has been in custody since his arrest in 2017, and the 372nd District Court agreed on a plea agreement with him.
He was sentenced to ten years in prison in 2017 for the murder of Kaytlynn Cargill, a 14-year-old girl, who was discovered dead in an Arlington waste two days after being reported missing.
Bedford Police Chief Jeff Williams said in a news release that “this day has been a long time coming” and that “they appreciate Bedford Police officers, detectives, and forensic investigators’ dedication and countless hours of effort, as well as the prosecutors from the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office.” As they near the end of this tragic case, the Cargill family remains in their thoughts.
This week, Trisha West, Cargill’s mother, testified at Roache’s sentencing.
According to authorities, Cargill was reported missing from her Forest Ridge Drive apartment complex on June 19, 2017. Roache was 16 years old when he was arrested and was first identified as a possible suspect by witnesses who saw him with her when she vanished.
According to the release, Roache was apprehended after many pieces of evidence were discovered, including Cargill’s blood and DNA in his girlfriend’s apartment, where he was staying at the time. Blood was found on the apartment’s walls, kitchen curtains, and terrace. Blood was also discovered on the head of a hammer, which was later verified to be Cargill’s by DNA evidence.
According to a witness mentioned in the arrest warrant, Cargill traveled to the dog park the day she vanished to participate in a marijuana exchange with a 16-year-old suspect and his brother, as Cargill was instructed to come to the Oak Creek Apartments alone, without the witness or her dog. According to the witness, Cargill bolted from the dog park once the suspect noticed him watching them.
Cargill was allegedly murdered between 6 and 7:30 p.m. that evening, according to police. At 8:15 p.m., Cargill’s parents reported her missing.
It was started that the case was delayed multiple times throughout the years due to various causes, including the COVID-19 epidemic.
Jordin Roache, a teen murderer who pled guilty to killing a 14-year-old girl when he was a juvenile, is expected to serve at least five years in prison after accepting a plea agreement on Thursday.
Roache, who was charged as an adult, was ordered to ten years in jail for first-degree murder as part of the plea deal. Roache has been detained since his arrest in 2017 and will be recorded as a criminal. He will be awarded credit for the time he has spent in the military.
PEOPLE acquired an arrest warrant in 2017; according to the warrant, Cargill was bashed to death with a hammer inside Roache’s apartment when she went to buy marijuana from him.
According to NBC-DFW, Roache has been detained since his arrest and will be given credit for time served. PEOPLE acquired an arrest warrant in 2017; according to the warrant, Cargill was smashed to death with a hammer inside Roache’s apartment when she sought to buy marijuana from him.
The warrant stated that traces of Cargill’s DNA were found on a hammer retrieved at the scene.
They appear to be distraught, and her mother told NBC 5 on Thursday afternoon that the punishment will bring some solace to their family.
West stated that she was enraged. She is depressed. She’s almost relieved that they’ve finally found a method to perhaps move on.
She believes that more than anything, she just wants people to know that her daughter’s life and the lives of her family have been severely harmed today.