New Charges In Case Of Missing Irving Teen

By Austin York, KRLD 1080

IRVING ( – Two men at the center of a case involving the disappearance of a 13-year-old Irving girl are now facing upgraded charges.

John Argumaniz with the Irving Police Department says police have dropped the original charges of unlawful restraint against Todge Thurman and Humberto Corona:

Thurman is charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child.  Corona is facing one count.

Argumaniz says the investigation isn’t over and doesn’t rule out future arrests in the case. The 13-year-old girl was missing for a week before turning up at her house Tuesday morning.

In a jailhouse interview Tuesday night, Corona apologized to his mother and the girl’s parents.  He also asked his girlfriend to bring him money so he could buy snacks from the jail’s commissary.

Watch the interview here:


One Comment

  1. ilvrw says:

    Load up on those snacks cause you will need them when your sentenced to prison.

  2. Robert Mueller says:

    He better buy some butter because bubba going to love him.

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