New Details in Christian Aguilar Case
New, disturbing information has come out in the investigation into the death of University of Florida student Christian Aguilar.
Investigators say Pedro Bravo allegedly drugged Aguilar and suffocated him, rather than beating him to death.
Stating that a chemical compound could have been issued to Aguilar in order to sedate him then cause harm.
That came out in a new indictment that was handed up by a grand jury Thursday morning.
State attorney's requested the superceding indictment to change Bravo's initial charges and to add new ones.
Before Aguilar's body was found near cedar key a month ago, Bravo was arrested on a charge of murder.
Bravo told investigators that he beat Aguilar and left him in the woods.
The basis for the original charges is based on that confession.
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