It was a windy, cloudy afternoon on the football practice field at Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler where a few hundred students, staff and community members assembled to remember a very special little girl who has touched so many East Texans.
A suspect is in the case of missing Kayla Gomez-Orozco sits in the Smith County Jail without bail while the body that is believed to be that of the 10 year old missing Tyler girl is sent to Dallas for an autopsy.
Authorities are in day two of their search for missing East Texas 10 year old girl. Kayla Gomez-Orozco was reported missing Tuesday evening after her mom could not locate her after church services that they were attending in Bullard. Local and state authorities are following up on any and all leads that they have received in this case.
In south Tyler, family and friends gathered next to the home where Kayla Gomez-Orozco lives yesterday to hold a prayer vigil for the safe return of the 10 year old. Kayla was last seen in Bullard Tuesday night at Bullard First Assembly church on Hwy. 69. As of this morning authorities continue to follow up on the leads they have in regards to the little girls' disappearance and they still feel she