By LeaAnne Klentzman
In December of 2012 the burned body of a petite woman was discovered along the roadway in the sleepy west Fort BendCounty town of Fulshear. At the time the victim was discovered Fulshear Police Chief Kenny Seymour said “Our first objective is to determine who the victim is and where she is from.” Seymour said Fulshear police were working in conjunction with state and local officials to identify her.
On that cold December morning, a local rancher was out checking cattle in the rural area of Katy Fulshear Road. The burned body of Adalid Aguirre, 36, of Dallas was found about the 6000 block of Katy Fulshear Road. Although there is rapid growth in the area, the section of land where Aguirre’s body was found remains rather rural.
In January of 2013, Fulshear police released a sketch of a necklace found on Aguirre but were limited by the evidence. Things changed when Fulshear police got a break in the case and the victim was identified in July. Seymour said the Dallas police will be working in conjunction with Fulshear police as Aguirre was reported missing from their jurisdiction just days before her body was discovered burned and discarded in Fulshear.