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Savanah Soto’s mom arrested at accused killer’s hearing

Gloria Cordova being arrested during Ramon Preciado

Gloria Cordova was arrested during Ramon Preciado’s bond hearing. (KENS screenshot), Matthew Guerra and Savanah Nicole Soto (SAPD)

The mother of Savanah Nicole Soto — the 18-year-old pregnant teen who went missing the day before she was scheduled to be induced only to be found murdered in a car alongside her boyfriend — was arrested this week while watching a bond hearing for one of the people charged in connection to the teen’s murder.

Gloria Ann Cordova was taken into custody on Monday and charged with one count of failure to stop and give information over $2, court records reviewed by Law&Crime show.

“Yesterday afternoon, deputies placed into custody Gloria Ann Cordova, 52, on an active warrant for failure to stop and give info, a class b misdemeanor,” Deputy Johnny C. Garcia with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office wrote in an email to Law&Crime Tuesday morning. “Cordova remains behind bars with a $1,400.00 bond. The warrant stems from a 2023 case filed with the San Antonio Police Department.”

Public court records show that the case against Cordova was first opened on Aug. 19, 2023, several months before her daughter and 22-year-old Matthew Guerra were executed.

Deputies quietly placed Cordova under arrest during a break in the bond hearing for 53-year-old Ramon Preciado. Footage from inside the courtroom posted by SanAntonio CBS affiliate KENS showed Cordova sitting in the gallery wearing a pink T-shirt and jeans as at least three sheriff’s deputies entered and escorted her out of the courtroom through a side door.

Ramon Preciado is accused of helping his son, 19-year-old Christopher Preciado, hide Soto and Guerra’s bodies after the younger Preciado shot them both in the head. Ramon Preciado is charged with abuse of a corpse and altering, destroying or concealing a corpse. His son is charged with capital murder of multiple persons, which includes Soto, Guerra, and their unborn child.

Ramon Preciado’s wife, 47-year-old Myrta Romanos, was also arrested in connection with the slayings and faces charges of abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence with intent to impair an investigation and altering, destroying or concealing a corpse. She is being held on $600,000 bond.



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