GREENVILLE (CBSDFW.COM) – The Hunt County Sheriff’s Department confirms that three people were arrested today in connection with the case of a murdered teenager.
The body of 16-year-old Alicia Moore was found stuffed in a trunk in rural Van Zandt County in November 2012. Moore was last seen getting off her school bus four days earlier.
Michael Vincent Moore, the teen’s uncle, was arrested for Moore’s murder six months later, after authorities linked him to DNA found on the teen’s body and the trunk. He has been charged with Capital Murder and remains in jail on a $10 million bond.
Now, ten months after her death, three women have also been arrested in connection with Moore’s case. CBS 11 has confirmed at least one of them worked for Child Protective Services.
Rebekah Ross, 34, is facing five charges, two counts of tampering/fabricating physical evidence and three counts of oppression. Natalie Reynolds, 34, is facing three counts of oppression and one count of tampering/fabricating physical evidence. Laura Ard, 60, is charged with one count of tampering/fabricating physical evidence. They are all being held on $10,000 bond.
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