Cecily Anne Aguilar had an extramarital affair with Aaron David Robinson, a United States Army soldier who took his own life on July 1, 2020. They are the suspects in the disappearance of his fellow soldier Vanessa Guillen.
Shortly before Robinson committed suicide, Aguilar helped U.S. Army officials gather evidence against him. She admitted to helping him dismember and bury Guillen’s body.
Both Robinson and Guillen were stationed at the Fort Hood military base in Killeen, Texas, USA. He worked in an adjacent building from where she worked.
Guillen went missing on April 22, 2020. Three weeks before her disappearance, she told her mother Gloria Guillen that one of her sergeants on Fort Hood was sexually harassing her but did not mention the culprit’s name.
Aguilar has tattoos in her arms and legs and she sold feet pictures for a living. Here are 13 more things about her:
- She was born in Jackson, Michigan, USA.
- She is 5’1″ tall. Her registered weight is 166 pounds.
- From 2008 to 2012, she attended Napoleon Community Schools in Napoleon, Michigan, USA.
- In 2010, she entered the foster care system.
- In 2014, she lived on her own in a park in Jackson.
- In 2017, she graduated from Columbia Options High School in Clarklake, Michigan.
- In 2019, she moved to Killeen. She had a theft case in Bell County, Texas from December 2019, the same month Robinson moved in with her and her estranged husband Keon Devonte Aguilar, a former soldier who was once stationed at Fort Hood.
- On April 22, 2020, she helped Robinson dismember and bury Guillen’s remains in an area near the Leon River in Bell County.
- On June 26, 2020, she tried to call her best friend Ayrren Clough but the latter missed it.
- Arrested in connection to the disappearance of Guillen, she was booked in the Bell County Jail in Belton, Texas at 2:53 a.m. on July 1, 2020. She was charged with one count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence, which is a third-degree felony. If convicted, she faces up to 20 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine.
- In July 2021, a grand jury indicted her on 11 charges related to Guillen’s death. She tried to dismiss the indictment but in January 2022, U.S. District Judge Alan Albright dismissed the motion.
- She was 24 years old when Netflix released the documentary film “I Am Vanessa Guillen” on November 17, 2022.
- On January 3, 2023, her trial will start in Waco with jury selection.
(This is a developing story. More details will be added as soon as they are available.)