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Aaron Robinson reportedly ran off of the base on foot. Police attempted to make contact with him but he shot himself as the officers approached.
According to officials, one of the few suspects sought for a criminal investigation took her own life.
Who was Aaron Robinson
KXXV reported that Aaron Robinson, a soldier in Fort Hood, fled duty on Tuesday and the authorities tried to find him. When they saw that he was walking on East Rancier Boulevard in Killeen, when he tried to contact him, he shot himself by shooting on the stage by shooting himself.
Authorities did not identify Robinson as of the publication date, but Guillen’s family lawyer Natalie Kawham identified him at a press conference
What happened with Aaron Robinson
The incident occurred overnight on the East Rancier Boulevard in Killeen at 1:30 am. In an interview with Nancy’s Grace Stories with Nancy Grace today, Guillen’s family lawyer Natalie Kwaham said the suspect was identified as Aaron Robinson. Reportedly, he escaped from the base on foot. The police tried to contact him, but he shot himself as the officers approached.
Vanessa Guillen and Aaron Robinson
There is currently no confirmed connection, but the incident occurred hours after the U.S. Crime Investigation Unit announced that it found human remains when searching for a 20-year-old Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, the remains were found in a shallow tomb by the River Leon. Tim Miller, founder of Texas Equusearch, said his team found evidence from Guillen in an earlier study in the same area.
Miller said the remains were located near the place.
In a statement, the Killeen Police Department said:
On Tuesday, June 30th, late in the evening hours, Special Agents with the Army Fort Hood Criminal Investigation Division contacted the Killeen Police Department and the U.S. Marshals – Lone Star Fugitive Task Force in reference to a person of interest in the missing soldier case from Fort Hood, Vanessa Guillen. We were informed that the person of interest had left the post and was inside the City of Killeen. During the course of the investigation, information was provided on the location of the suspect. The suspect was located walking in the 4700 block of East Rancier Avenue and as officers attempted to make contact with the suspect, the suspect produced a weapon and committed suicide by shooting himself. The suspect was pronounced deceased at 1:17 a.m. by Justice of the Peace Garland Potvin at the scene.
The person of interest was an active duty soldier and his name has been withheld pending notification next of kin through the Army Casualty Assistance Office.
Any further inquiries to the investigation regarding Vanessa Guillen will be directed to the Army Fort Hood CID.
Kawham said in a press conference: “We told command who we believed it was and why. From there the search went quicker…. Last night they issue a BOLO and that person ran off base and shot himself when they came up to him. This is the same person we have been talking about the superior who she was with that day and harassed her.”
Guillen’s sister Statement
Guillen’s sister, Mayra, said that she once met the suspect and thought that something about her was not true.
Calling Guillen, he said that Robinson laughed in his face.