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Suspects in court for murder of two Coronado High School students

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Preliminary hearings started Tuesday morning for the shootings of two Coronado High School students. Three of the five suspects were in court for the execution style shootings of 15-year old Derek Greer and 16-year old Natalie Cano-Partida.

Diego Chacon, Joseph Rodriguez and Marco Garvia-Bravo were in court this morning as Alexandra Romero and Gustavo Marques waived their hearing set for Tuesday.

Court documents show the teens were forced to kneel on the ground before they were shot at point blank range. According to reports the teens were left along Old Pueblo Road after the shooting in March.

Cano-Partida begged for her life while suspects handed her a cell phone and told her to say goodbye to her family. Court documents detail the brutal murders and the events leading up to the horrifying event.

After conducting an investigation the weeks following the murders, 10 people total were arrested and linked to the crime.

Four men faced first-degree murder charges in the deaths, one faced second-degree kidnapping charges, while the other five suspects connected to the case are facing charges ranging from accessory to murder, to weapons charges. 

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