I’m sure this will go a long ways toward healing the racial divide!
A suspect has been arrested in the kidnapping and killing of 13-year-old Hania Noelia Aguilar, who was snatched from her front yard in North Carolina last month, authorities announced Saturday.
Hania was kidnapped just before 7 a.m. local time on Nov. 5 outside her home at the Rosewood Mobile Home Park in Lumberton, a city in Robeson County, according to police.
She had grabbed her aunt’s car keys that morning so she could turn on the vehicle before school. That’s when a witness saw a man clad in all black with a yellow bandanna over his face approach the girl and force her into the green, 2003 Ford Expedition, police said.
The suspect then drove away in the family’s SUV with Hania inside, police said. The stolen vehicle was located several miles away on Quincey Drive three days later, but Hania was nowhere to be found.
After weeks of searching, authorities discovered Hania’s body in a lake in Robeson County on Nov. 27, about 10 miles south from her home.
It turns out the suspect was arrested on November 13 on unrelated charges but police announced today that he is their prime suspect in the murder of the young Guatemalan girl.
McLellan was not on track for sainthood, to say the least.
In 2009, McLellan was accused in shooting a Fairmont woman three times on New Year’s Eve. According to the Robesonian, “Michael Ray McLellan forced his way into 21-year-old Teena Lewis’ home at gunpoint before beating her and then shooting her.” She was also “punched several times, shot twice in the torso and once in the leg.” She was recovering.
The story says that it wasn’t clear why McClellan went to that house and a 2-year-old watched the attack. Police alleged he had been drinking heavily, the Robesonian reported.
Ah, modern America, where dueling interests of the oppressed intersect every day and we are left to sieve whose inferiority reigns supreme. Existence in the 20th Century is a continual erection of a new pecking orders tuned to each passing murder and offense.