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Texas Mom Slain While Making Uber Eats Delivery Was Stabbed In The Neck, Police Say As They Arrest Two Teens In The Case
Ryan Munsie, a mother of three, took the Uber Eats job to make extra money after COVID-19 affected her family's income.
Two teenage boys have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Texas mother of three, who was killed while making an Uber Eats delivery.
The body of Ryan Munsie, 31, was discovered at a Haltom City apartment complex on Saturday by a resident, who found her lying in a breezeway with “obvious signs of trauma,” the Haltom City Police Department previously noted in a press release.
While Munsie's exact cause of death was originally withheld, police have now revealed that she suffered a "fatal stab wound to her neck" during the attack, according to a Thursday morning statement from Haltom City police
Authorities arrested two 14-year-old boys Wednesday in connection with the killing. Their names are not being released because they are juveniles.
“Robbery appears to be the motive in the case,” police stated.
It's not clear if the suspects actually took anything from her.
Munsie was working as a meal delivery driver, police previously noted. A friend specified to local outlet KTVT that she was working for Uber Eats.
Munsie leaves behind a husband, Camaron Graham, and three children, ages 5, 10 and 11.
Graham told local outlet WFAA that the couple worked hard for years to make ends meet. They began as “basically homeless” and worked to live in a hotel and then an RV and eventually a decent apartment.
“She’s just the nicest person I’ve ever met in my life. I’d give anything to give her anything she ever wanted and she’s the same way,” Graham told the outlet. “She wanted to make everyone happy, she wanted to work, and she wanted to make sure our kids had a set future.”
Munsie’s main job was as an ambulance driver for those with special needs, but she also made handcrafted tumblers. In total she worked four jobs; she'd started with Uber Eats after a COVID-19-related cut to the family's income, her sister stated in a Facebook post.
“The most important thing about her was her work ethic and her love for her children,” Graham told WFAA, adding, “I don’t wish that pain on anyone. My worst enemy shouldn’t feel this pain.”
Both teens have been transported to the Tarrant County Juvenile Justice Center in Fort Worth. They both face capital murder charges, police said. It's unclear if they have lawyers.