Suspect in Breanna Wood case enters plea of not guilty

Musella's indictment accuses her of helping to conceal Wood's body, which was eventually discovered in an abandoned trailer near Robstown.

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - Another suspect set to face trial in connection with the brutal murder of Breanna Wood was in court Tuesday.

Rosalinda Musella pled not guilty to charges of tampering with physical evidence. She is the mother of 27-year-old Joseph Tejeda who is charged with the actual murder, which happened back in October of 2016.

Musella's indictment accuses her of helping to conceal Wood's body, which was eventually discovered in an abandoned trailer near Robstown.

"It's just shocking. It's a mother. I mean it was very hard to sit in there with her knowing that just a few months ago she was sitting on the other side when her son was in there, and all along she knew. It's heartbreaking that another mother knew," said Fallon Wood, Breanna's mother. "She saw what I went through for 85 days and she knew this whole time."

A trial date has not been set yet for Musella.

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