Death of a San Antonio couple and their unborn baby investigated as a capital murder case
The San Antonio Police Department has released a video featuring two persons of interest in the shooting deaths of Savanah Nicole Soto, an 18-year-old pregnant teenager, and her boyfriend, Matthew Guerra, 22. The victims were found dead in Guerra’s car, each with a gunshot wound. The released footage shows a person of interest driving a dark pickup truck and another driving Guerra’s Kia Optima. The bodies were discovered at the 5900 block of Danny Kaye, with the police urging anyone with information to contact them.
Police Chief Bill McManus suggested the possibility that the victims were killed elsewhere and later placed in the car. The video, recorded near the crime scene, raises questions about the involvement of the individuals seen wiping down the car. McManus emphasized the ongoing investigation into the capital murder case, not ruling out a murder-suicide but expressing skepticism.
Soto’s family alleges an abusive relationship between her and Guerra, citing previous assault charges. Despite familial concerns, the couple was anticipating parenthood. Guerra’s father acknowledged their imperfect relationship but emphasized their excitement about the impending birth. The tragedy raises concerns about the circumstances surrounding the deaths and the potential connection to the reported abuse in the relationship.
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