16-year-old confessed he killed pregnant girlfriend because it was too late for an abortion
If a woman falls pregnant when she is ready to be a mother, it can be a beautiful and exciting experience. However, if she falls pregnant when this is not the case, then it can be an emotionally and physically volatile time.
A 17-year-old high school girl from Indiana, Breana Rouhselang, was found dead in a dumpster close to her family’s home. Her 16-year-old boyfriend, Aaron Trejo, has been charged for the murder.
She was six months pregnant when she was killed. Aaron is believed to be the father of the unborn child and had planned to kill her for a week before doing it.
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Aaron Trejo, 16,was charged as an adult with #murder in the killing of Breana Rouhselang and her baby. He pleaded #guilty to the crime and saying he did it out of anger since she didn't tell him about the pregnancy until it was too late for an #abortion. https://t.co/YFxlubDoUt— Emma Boswick Law (@ECKBLAW) December 11, 2018
Breana had known about her pregnancy for a long time, but only mustered the courage to tell Aaron when she was already six months pregnant.
She was too far along to get an abortion, which angered him because he did not want a child at the time.
Teen confesses to killing student over her pregnancy: court documents: Aaron Trejo, 16, was charged Monday in adult court with murder and feticide in connection with Breana Rouhselang's death, prosecutors said. https://t.co/MNA58i4F1q— Kona Nature Tours (@KonaNatureTours) December 11, 2018
Aaron spent a week planning the murder, choosing to stab her as he believed it would be a quicker death than other methods. He also used her scarf to choke her. He placed her body in a black bag and then in the dumpster.
Her body was found after her mother realized that Breana had not returned from a meeting with Aaron. Police found her body in the dumpster behind a pizza place near her mother’s house.
NEW INFORMATION: The St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office has released the mugshot of Aaron Trejo. The Mishawaka football player is accused of killing 17-year-old Breana Rouhselang.— WNDU (@WNDU) December 10, 2018
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TEEN WITH CHILD FIGHTS BACK
Kayleigh Snaith was 13 years old when she fell pregnant, but she did not allow this to hold her back. She was bullied and teased about it by her fellow students.
When she was 16 and her daughter was two years old it was time for her high school prom. She knew people would expect her to stay at home with her child and not attend the event, but she decided to take a bold step.
She not only took prom photos with her daughter, but she brought her along for the car ride to the event. By arriving there with her daughter, she showed the other students that she was not ashamed of her child.
Many people told Kayleigh that her pregnancy would ruin her life and stop her from being able to finish high school. She chose to bring her daughter to prom to symbolize her victory at finishing school while being a young mother.
ALL FOR BREAKFAST
A 23-year-old man, Joshua Davies, has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after he was found guilty of beating his 15-year-old girlfriend to death with a rock. It appears his friends dared him to do it in exchange for a fried breakfast.
Joshua initially pleaded not guilty, which drew the court case out. The murdered girl’s mother was distraught by the seemingly never-ending case and having to wait years and months to gain closure.
Eventually, Joshua was convicted eight years after the murder took place. The girl’s mother is glad it is over but still resents the murderer.
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