Robeson County investigator fired after internal investigation into overlooked DNA in Hania Aguilar case 01/17/2019 4:58 pm PST Comments WGHP via WGHP: LUMBERTON, N.C. (WGHP) -- A Robeson County Sheriff's Office investigator has been fired following an internal investigation into overlooked DNA in the Hania Aguilar case, WTVD reports. In a news release, Sheriff Burnis Wilkins Jr. said Investigator Darryl McPhatter was terminated on Thursday after being previously suspended in connection with the investigation. TCD: Slain North Carolina teen 'might be alive' if authorities hadn't overlooked evidence from 2016 case, prosecutor says Major Anthony Thompson, who was also suspended, resigned on Jan. 9. Aguilar, 13, was kidnapped from outside her home Nov. 5 as she waited to go to school. Twenty-two days later, she was found dead in Robeson County. MORE: Robeson County investigator fired after internal investigation into overlooked DNA in Hania Aguilar case - WGHP #Kidnapping #Murder #NorthCarolina #Rape #Update #WGHP Related Stories Slain N.C. teen Hania Aguilar's dad denied temporary visa into U.S. for funeral Arrest made in kidnapping and murder of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar SUV used to kidnap North Carolina girl found; 13-year-old still missing Slain teen 'might be alive' if evidence not overlooked: prosecutor Surveillance photo shows SUV wanted in search for missing 13-year-old N.C. girl AMBER ALERT: Family hears screams as 13-year-old girl abducted FBI releases new pictures of kidnapped North Carolina teen Hania Aguilar Body found during search for kidnapped North Carolina girl North Carolina body believed to be missing 13-year-old Hania Aguilar 2 N.C. deputies suspended over rape case now linked to Aguilar murder Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.