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Final suspect wanted in connection with Priscilla Limon aggravated kidnapping arrested

Four people have now been arrested and charged in connection to the aggravated kidnapping of Priscilla Limon, whose body was found May 5.
Credit: APD

ABILENE, Texas — UPDATE (June 16): The Abilene Police Department said the final suspect wanted in the aggravated kidnapping case of Priscilla Limon has been arrested.

According to the APD, Scotty Wilson, 50, was arrested Wednesday morning at an apartment complex in the 1700 block of North 6th Street.

Wilson was the final suspect wanted in connection to the Limon case. 

Limon's body was found in the Clear Fork of the Brazos May 5, by foul play, the APD said.

UPDATE (June 10): The Abilene Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Roger Scotty Wilson, the final suspect wanted in connection to the murder of Priscilla Limon, whose body was found May 5, in the Clear Fork tributary of the Brazos River. 

Three other suspects have been arrested and charged with first-degree aggravated kidnapping.

Ashley Alaniz was arrested by police Friday, May 28, 2021. APD Street Cimes arrested her at a duplex in the 3900 block of Lynwood Drive. Also arrested, was Ricky Anderson for hindering apprehension. Both were transported to the Taylor County Jail. Roger Wilson is still outstanding.

ORIGINAL STORY: The Abilene Police Department Criminal Investigations Division said it arrested two Abilene men and are looking for an Abilene woman and a man for the aggravated kidnapping of Priscilla Limon.

Limon's body was found in the Clear Fork of the Brazos May 5, by foul play, the APD said.

On Friday, May 21, George Edward Harry Frosch and Blake Andrew Britner were arrested and charged with first-degree felony aggravated kidnapping.

Police are looking for Roger Scotty Wilson and Ashley Alaniz.

An extensive investigation shows the four played a part in the abduction of Limon.

Frosch and Britner are being held in the Taylor County Jail.

The investigation is ongoing and other charges are possible, according to the Abilene Police Department.