Woman indicted for capital murder in mom's abduction, death
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A woman accused of kidnapping a Central Texas mother who was later found dead has been indicted on a capital murder count. The indictment alleges Magen Fieramusca strangled Heidi Broussard with a leash and with her hand. An arrest affidavit for the 33-year-old suspect alleges she abducted Broussard, whose body was later found in Fieramusca's car. Investigators found the infant along with the body of her mother at a Houston-area home last month. Broussard and her daughter had been reported missing a week earlier in Austin.
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