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Indiana teen pleads not guilty in stabbing death of classmate pregnant with his child

first_imgSt. Joseph County Prosecutors Office(SOUTH BEND, Ind.) — A 16-year-old Indiana high school football player arrested in the stabbing death of a classmate pregnant with his child pleaded not guilty to murder charges Tuesday.Aaron Trejo, 16, is charged as an adult in the killing of 17-year-old Breana Rouhselang, who was six months pregnant. Her body, stabbed multiple times, was found in a dumpster near her home in Mishawaka, Indiana.Trejo was arraigned Tuesday afternoon via video conference in St. Joseph County Superior Court in South Bend and pleaded not guilty to one count each of murder and feticide.Trejo listened calmly as a judge read the charges against him before asking him to enter his plea.The judge ordered that he be held in jail without bond pending a Dec. 19 hearing.Trejo allegedly admitted to investigators that he stabbed Rouhselang in the heart with a knife Saturday night after they argued over her pregnancy, according to a charging document.He allegedly told police that he went to Rouhselang’s house with a knife “because he thought it would kill Breana quickly,” according to the charging document.“I took action….I took her life,” Trejo allegedly told police, the affidavit states.Roushelang’s mother woke up around 1 a.m. Sunday and became concerned when she didn’t find her daughter at home, according to the court documents. She went to Trejo’s home several blocks from her house, but Trejo said he didn’t know of Breana’s whereabouts.The mother then called the police to report her daughter missing, police said.An autopsy determined that Breana died from multiple stab wounds and that she had been strangled with her own scarf.Trejo allegedly told detectives that he planned for a week to kill Breana because she had waited to tell him about her pregnancy until it was too late for her to get an abortion, according to the charging document.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Blizzard warning issued for Midwest as storm moves into Northeast

first_imgABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A strong storm system is producing lots of wind and snow in the Central U.S., with a blizzard warning issued for five states, from Minnesota to Missouri.Already Friday morning up to half a foot of snow has fallen in Iowa and winds have been gusting at 60 to 80 mph from the Dakotas to Oklahoma.As the storm is expected to move into the Northeast, snow alerts have been extended into upstate New York and New England.Friday morning, 20 states are on alert for wind and snow from the Dakotas down to Texas and east to New York.This Friday, the storm system is sitting in the western Great Lakes and throwing wind and snow from Minnesota to northern Missouri, with wind effects extending all the way to Texas.Friday night, part of the same storm system hitting the Midwest now will move into the Northeast with heavy rain for the I-95 corridor, from Philadelphia to New York City and Boston.One to two inches of rain are expected along the I-95 corridor and some road flooding is possible.Further north, in upstate New York and into New England, a winter storm watch has been issued. Heavy snow (6-8 inches) is expected Saturday and Sunday.The heaviest snow over the weekend will be in the Northeast, where a foot of snow is possible in upstate New York and northern New England.In the Southwest, the issue is not snow but dry, gusty winds that actually helped spread a brush fire Thursday night near Los Angeles.The brush fire was burning near Thousand Oaks, where some evacuations had to be issued.The fire burned 250 acres, but firefighters were able to contain it overnight.More gusty Santa Ana winds are expected in Southern California, where red flag warnings and wind alerts have been issued.Winds could gust at 40 to 50 mph, with isolated gusts near 60 mph in the mountains.Humidity will be at less than 10% in some areas, which will only fuel the fires.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more