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FPD continues to investigate Friendship Lane Apartment fire

todayAugust 5, 2021

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Members of the Fredericksburg Police Department, along with the Texas Department of Public Safety Ranger Division, are continuing to investigate the fire and tragic deaths of Azalyia Hernandez, 15, and Eliza Maurer, 16, which occurred on November 22, 2020 at the Ten19 Friendship Lane Apartments.

Investigators have interviewed and polygraphed numerous witnesses and persons of interest in the case.

DNA evidence has been identified from an unknown person at the time evidence was collected from the crime scene. Investigators are awaiting the results of the DNA evidence, which could take several months.

Authorities are asking for the community’s assistance regarding any information that could be pertinent to this case and can contact Fredericksburg Police Department at (830) 997-7585. Individuals wanting to remain anonymous can call Gillespie County Crime Stoppers at 997-(TIPS.) Tipsters are eligible for cash rewards if information provided about a crime leads to an arrest.


Written by: Michelle Layton

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