Arrests Made in Connection with Savanah Soto Murder Case

San Antonio, Texas – The case of Savanah Soto, the pregnant 18-year-old found murdered alongside her boyfriend, has taken a significant turn as three individuals have been arrested in connection with their deaths.

Christopher Preciado, 19, and his father Ramon Preciado, 53, were initially taken into custody in early January, and now Myrta Romanos, Christopher’s stepmother, has also been arrested. San Antonio police have charged Myrta, 47, with tampering with evidence, abuse of a corpse, and altering, destroying or concealing evidence of a human corpse.

The victims, Savanah Soto and Matthew Guerra, were found dead in a car on December 26 with gunshot wounds. The arrests come after a prolonged investigation into the case, which has shocked the local community.

Christopher was initially charged with capital murder, while his father faced charges of abuse of a corpse for allegedly aiding in moving the bodies. However, as of January 18, both father and son have been charged with additional offenses related to concealing and destroying evidence of a human corpse. The case continues to unfold with new developments.

E! News has been unable to reach out to the attorneys for the three individuals for a statement at this time. As the investigation progresses, authorities are working to bring justice to the victims and their families. The community remains on edge following this tragic and senseless crime, and the arrests bring hope for closure.