High school cheerleader murdered

EDNA, TX – A small community in Texas has been left in shock after the tragic death of 16-year-old cheerleader Lizbeth Medina. The incident took place on Tuesday in Medina’s apartment, leading to a major investigation being conducted by local and state law enforcement agencies.

Dispatched to the Cottonwood Apartments, Edna Police responded to a call about an unresponsive minor. Authorities arrived at the scene to find the lifeless body of Medina.

The teenager was expected to participate in a Christmas parade on the same day that she was found dead. Her mother didn’t spot her daughter among the cheer squad during the parade. This observation sparked an informal investigation alongside her friends to find out where she was. After returning to their residence, they stumbled upon the gruesome sight of the unresponsive teen.

The Edna Police Department is working collaboratively with the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Ranger Division. Authorities currently believe the case to be a potential capital murder. Investigators are actively probing the case to identify the responsible individual(s) who caused the untimely death of the teen girl.

The story has struck a chord with the local community and beyond as people grapple with the abrupt end to the young girl’s life. The police department is urging anyone with information pertaining to the incident to contact them.