The monster who killed a 13-year-old Hania Aguilar in November of 2018 has been released, according to Vine link.
It was The North Carolina Beat who broke the story to you back in 2018 about Michael R McLellan being the man responsible for kidnapping, raping, and killing Aguilar. The FBI consistently denied our reports until one week later, when they charged him in her death.
Wednesday, hundreds of people all over North Carolina received an alert that he had been released from custody.
The North Carolina Beat has learned that McLellan had just been released from prison on June 06, 2018, just five months after his release, he killed Aguilar. However, he still has the pending charges of first-degree murder, first-degree forcible rape, statutory rape of a person under 15 years of age or younger, first-degree sexual offense, statutory sex offense with a person, 15 years or younger, first-degree kidnapping, felony larceny, felony restraint, abduction of a child, and concealment of death.
McLellan has no bond in the case.
Since McLellan never successfully completed his post-release from when he was released in June of 2018, when he caught the new charges for the death of Aguilar, he was sent back to prison to complete that sentence. Now, that he has finished his prison sentence completely, he will be returned back to the county jail (the location of jail is unknown at this time) pending his murder trial.
No worries. He’s still in jail!