Grand Prairie Woman Who Was Found Dead in Lake After She, Boyfriend Disappeared Was Strangled, Officials Say - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Grand Prairie Woman Who Was Found Dead in Lake After She, Boyfriend Disappeared Was Strangled, Officials Say

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    Grand Prairie Woman Who Was Found Dead in Lake After She, Boyfriend Disappeared Was Strangled, Officials Say

    The Grand Prairie woman whose body was found in Mountain Creek Lake two months after she and her estranged boyfriend went missing was strangled, authorities confirmed this week.

    Weltzin Garcia Mireles' death was a homicide by strangulation, the Dallas County medical examiner's office said Friday. Police consider the case a murder-suicide.

    Mireles, 26, and 28-year-old Alfonso Roderick Hernandez disappeared Feb. 5, the day police issued an arrest warrant for Hernandez over an accusation that he'd punched Mireles about two weeks earlier.

    You can read the full story from our media partners at The Dallas Morning News by clicking here.

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