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A woman who left Texas for India after her 6-year-old son went missing is charged with killing him

EVERMAN, Texas (AP) — A Texas woman who told various stories to explain her 6-year-old son’s absence before leaving the country has been charged with killing the child, who has been missing for a year. Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer said at a news conference Monday that Cindy Rodriguez-Singh had been indicted by a Tarrant County grand jury on one count of capital murder, two counts of injury to a child and one count of abandoning a child without intent to return. Spencer said he’s hopeful that the indictments will help in getting the 37-year-old arrested and returned to the U.S. from India. The body of the child, Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, has not yet been found.

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