Stepmother Arrested for Abuse of Corpse in Case of Slayings of Savanah Soto and Matthew Guerra

San Antonio, Texas – The case of the fatal shootings of Savanah Soto, her boyfriend Matthew Guerra, and their unborn baby has taken a new turn with the arrest of Myrta Romanos, the stepmother of Christopher Preciado, who is charged with capital murder. The arrest of Romanos sheds light on the complex and tragic events leading to the deaths of the young couple and their unborn child.

On December 26, Soto and Guerra were found dead inside Guerra’s car, with the investigation leading to the arrest of Christopher Preciado, who has been charged with capital murder. Moreover, his father, Ramon Preciado, was also arrested, facing charges of abuse of a corpse. This development represented a significant breakthrough in the case, which had garnered widespread attention and speculation on social media.

Following Romanos’ arrest, it was revealed that she was charged with abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and altering, destroying, and concealing human remains. The inclusion of Romanos in the case adds a new layer of complexity and raises questions about her potential involvement in the tragic events that unfolded on that fateful day.

The arrest of Romanos was accompanied by the revelation that detectives believe her gun was used in the fatal shootings. As the investigation continues, law enforcement authorities are striving to piece together the sequence of events that led to the deaths of Soto and Guerra, taking into account all possible angles and evidence to present a comprehensive case to the district attorney.

In addition to the legal proceedings involving the individuals connected to the case, police have been working to unravel the mystery surrounding the tragic deaths of Soto, Guerra, and their unborn child. As the investigation progresses, the focus remains on seeking justice for the victims and their families, ensuring that all individuals involved in the case are held accountable for their actions.