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Police say a Sugar Land teenager admits to killing a 16-year-old classmate and says his motive was "morbid curiosity."
Eighteen-year-old Matthew McCombs is accused of killing Ashton Glover more than a week ago.
McCombs was brought back to Texas yesterday after being arrested last week trying to enter Canada from Michigan.
A second suspect, 18-year-old Sean Brown of Sugar Land, has asked for a formal extradition hearing. He remains jailed in Michigan on five (M) million dollars bail.
The two are accused of killing Glover and then burying her body in a shallow grave at a remote construction site west of Missouri City.
Fort Bend County Sheriff Milton Wright says a pistol confiscated from McCombs' home has been linked to the killing.
McCombs is due in court today. Brown's extradition hearing is set for August eleventh.
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