Tragedy Strikes Before Christmas: Savannah Soto and Matthew Guerra Fatally Shot
In a devastating turn of events just before Christmas, the lives of Savannah Soto and her boyfriend, Matthew Guerra, were tragically cut short as they were fatally shot.
The shocking incident garnered widespread attention, especially as the couple was eagerly anticipating the arrival of their unborn child.
Arrests Made in Ongoing Investigation
The ongoing investigation into the deaths of Savannah and Matthew took a significant turn on January 3, with law enforcement announcing the arrest of 19-year-old Christopher Preciado and his father, 53-year-old Ramon Preciado.
Christopher faces capital murder charges, while his father is charged with abuse of a corpse and aiding in the relocation of the victims’ bodies.
Community in Shock: Loss of a Promising Future for Young Family
The tragic turn of events has left the community in shock, grappling with the profound loss of a young family’s promising future.
The couple’s untimely demise on the day after Christmas prompted an outpouring of grief and condolences on online platforms, as countless messages expressed compassion for the devastated families.
Autopsy Report Reveals Cause of Matthew Guerra’s Death
Forensic death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, in an interview with Court TV’s Julie Grant, discussed details surrounding the cause of death of Matthew Guerra.
According to the autopsy report, Guerra’s cause of death was a single gunshot wound to the head, characterized as a contact gunshot wound.
This indicates that the gun muzzle was pressed directly against Guerra’s head at the time of firing, requiring physical contact between the shooter and the victim.
Funeral Service Held Today: Savannah Soto and Unborn Child Laid to Rest
A funeral service for 18-year-old Savannah Soto and her unborn child is being held today, January 23, 2024, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
The somber ceremony provides an opportunity for grieving loved ones to come together and bid a poignant farewell to Soto and her child.
Third Arrest: Myrta Romanos Faces Charges in Connection with the Murders
In a recent development, a third person, Myrta Romanos, identified as the stepmother of Christopher Preciado, has been arrested in connection with the December 2022 shooting deaths of Savannah and Matthew.
Romanos faces felony charges related to her alleged involvement, including tampering with human remains, corpse abuse, and evidence tampering.
The police continue to investigate the case as the community mourns the tragic loss of Savannah Soto, Matthew Guerra, and their unborn child.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn