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Slain East Texas teen to be remembered at vigil

Rodris Webster, 25 (L) and Alicia Benefield, 19 Rodris Webster, 25 (L) and Alicia Benefield, 19
MARSHALL, TX (KSLA) -

A slain DeBerry teen will be remembered during a candlelight prayer vigil Friday night.

The gathering to in memory of Alicia Benefield starts at 7 p.m. in the east parking lot of the courthouse in downtown Marshall, TX.

Benefield's body was recovered late Tuesday night after she had been missing for four days. Investigators say Benefield's boyfriend, Rodris Webster, led them to her body at a location in Elysian Fields Tuesday night.

Webster has now been charged with her murder.

The public can make donations at the vigil to help the family pay for funeral expenses. Funeral arrangements are still being finalized.

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