Starr County Sheriff's Office: Woman indicted on murder charge, accused of 'self-induced abortion'
Starr County authorities on Thursday arrested a woman on a murder charge.
Lizelle Herrera was indicted on a murder charge after being accused of intentionally and knowingly causing the death of an individual by "self-induced abortion," according to a statement from the Starr County Sheriff's Office.
Herrera remained in custody as of Friday evening.
Herrera's bond was set at $500,000.
The case remains under investigation.
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