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Continued: Document: North Texas teenager's DNA linked him to 6-year-old neighbor's death; girl assaulted

  • Article by: ANGELA K. BROWN , Associated Press
  • Last update: July 23, 2013 - 8:25 PM

"He put off a weird attitude, a weird vibe," Spencer said. "It was the way he talked, his tone of voice."

All over the neighborhood, purple ribbons and bows — placed in memory of the girl whose favorite color was purple — remain on mailboxes, trees, stop signs and light poles.

Streets near the suspect's home were blocked Tuesday by yellow police tape and patrol vehicles. The tape was extended to light poles where purple ribbons had been tied shortly after the girl's body was found.

"It's been really heart-breaking for the neighborhood," Arnold said.

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