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Tarrant Co. DA to seek death penalty in murder near TCU

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The Tarrant County District Attorney announced Thursday, Aug. 10, that the death penalty will be sought in the murder of a woman near the Texas Christian University campus.

Fort Worth police say 22-year-old Molly Matheson was found slain in her apartment April 10. Reginald Gerald Kimbro was arrested April 27 and charged with killing Matheson, someone he dated when both attended the University of Arkansas.

Plano police also made a capital murder charge against 23-year-old Kimbro.

Officials say Kimbro is also charged with killing 36-year-old Megan Getrum of Plano, who was last seen April 14 at a nature preserve. Her body was found April 19 in Lake Ray Hubbard.

Investigators say both women were sexually assaulted and strangled.

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