November 29, 2019
Carmen Abigail Moreno, left, and Cynthia Alixandra Wingate.
Some of these sows, I swear.
Who would have even thought the thing on the right was a woman?
Two women arrested during a traffic stop south of Waco have been charged in the slayings of two Plano residents in their 70s found dead in their apartment.
Cynthia Alixandra Wingate, 29, and Carmen Abigail Moreno, 23, face charges of capital murder in the deaths of 71-year-old Theresa Ann Coomes and 72-year-old Jimmy Michael Farris.
The victims were found late Sunday in the 2300 block of Pebble Vale Drive in Plano, more than 130 miles from the traffic stop in McLennan County.
Wingate and Moreno were initially charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, among other counts, because they were driving cars that belonged to the victims, authorities said.
The capital murder charges were added late Wednesday. Both women remained in the McLennan County jail, with bail set at $750,000 each, but they could be returned to North Texas in the coming days.
Theresa Ann Coomes. (Judging from his name, the other victim was white too.)