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Former NFL player Kevin Ware indicted on murder charge in girlfriend’s death
Former NFL player Kevin Ware indicted on murder charge in girlfriend’s death

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Former NFL player Kevin Ware indicted on a murder charge in girlfriend’s death, Taylor Pomasky, was found dead in Texas last year.
A Harris County attorney said Thursday that Kevin Weir has been charged with murder and manipulation over the death of his girlfriend in Texas last year.

Prosecutor Kim Og said in a statement that Ware, 41, who has played for Washington and San Francisco, indicted a grand jury on Thursday.

“Prosecutors presented the evidence to a Harris County grand jury, which determined that there was sufficient evidence to bring criminal charges,” said Harris County District Attorney Kim Og.

“We will follow the evidence wherever it leads and apply the law equally to everyone.”

Ware, who played for Washington and San Francisco from 2003 to 2004, faces at least 15 years in prison for life.

Pomasky has been missing for seven months after she was last seen at a party at her Spring, Texas, home in April 2021.

Bosaski, 29, was missing for more than seven months before her remains were found. She was last seen at a party at her home in the Houston suburb of Spring on April 25, 2021. Her remains were found in northern Harris County.
On December 10, officials said.

Ware is imprisoned in Montgomery County, north of Houston, and faces cases of possession of a controlled substance and illegal possession of a firearm by a criminal, prison and court records show.

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Authorities reportedly suspected tampering with Pomasky’s disappearance while prosecutors identified Ware as a suspect in June 2021.

Ware is currently imprisoned on gun and drug charges in Montgomery County, north of Houston.

These accusations are not relevant.

“We encourage anyone with knowledge of what happened between Kevin and Taylor to come forward,” Lacey Johnson, the attorney general handling the case, said in a statement Thursday, NBC News reported.