Fort Campbell soldier found dead in home, stabbed nearly 70 times

Private First Class Katia Duenas-Aguilar was murdered in Tennessee, near the Fort Campbell army base where she was stationed. (U.S. Army)

A Fort Campbell soldier found dead in her home earlier this year died from nearly 70 stab wounds, according to an autopsy report.

Soldier identified as Katia Dueñas Aguilar

The victim has been identified as 23-year-old Pfc. Katia Dueñas Aguilar. Her body was discovered in her Tennessee home in May, near the Army post.

No arrests made in the investigation

Clarksville Police announced on Wednesday that no arrests have been made in connection with Dueñas Aguilar's death.

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Autopsy reveals multiple stab wounds

An autopsy report from the Montgomery County Medical Examiner’s Office revealed that Dueñas Aguilar suffered 68 stab wounds to her neck and upper body. The medical examiner ruled her death a homicide due to sharp force injuries.

Aguilar's background and military service

Dueñas Aguilar, originally from Mesquite, Texas, enlisted in the Army in 2018. She joined the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, located on the Tennessee-Kentucky border, a year later.

Family offers reward for information

In an effort to find her killer, Dueñas Aguilar’s family and The League of United Latin American Citizens have offered a reward of $55,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Clarksville Police and Army criminal investigators are collaborating on the investigation.

Family seeks justice

During a news conference in May in Texas, Dueñas Aguilar’s family pleaded for justice. They described her as a mother to a 4-year-old son and called for the perpetrator to be brought to justice.

A $55,000 reward from the family and LULAC was announced for any information that may help the police solve the case.

"This is a human being. This is a Latina. This is a young lady that signed on the dotted line to serve our country," said Analuisa Carrillo-Tapia of the LULAC National Military and Veterans Committee. "We want to know what happened, who did it and we want the person or people who did it brought to justice."

The Associated Press and FOX 4 contributed to this story. It was reported from Los Angeles.