No Bond For Woman Accused Of Helping Bury Body Of Murdered Soldier

The woman accused of helping dismember and dispose of a missing Fort Hood Army soldier will be held without bond until her trial.

Cecily Aguilar appeared in a federal court today in Waco. She plead not guilty to all three charges against her. One of the charges is conspiracy to tamper with evidence.

She is accused of helping Army Specialist Aaron Robinson bury the remains of Vanessa Guillen after Robinson allegedly killed Guillen with a hammer. He committed suicide when confronted by police.

If found guilty, Aguilar faces up to 20 years in prison.

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