The family of an Aggie brutally murdered last year finally has closure.
Thursday a Harris County jury found Timothy Shepherd guilty of killing his ex-girlfriend, Tynesha Stewart.
Shepherd was convicted of strangling Stewart at his apartment, dismembering her body, burning her remains on his patio grill and throwing them in a dumpster.
Stewart's body was never found.
She was a Freshman at A&M, home on spring break when the murder occurred.
Shepherd could face up to life in prison for the crime.
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