El Paso County Crime

Woman arrested in connection with murder of 2 El Paso Co. teens takes plea, gets 4 years

COLORADO SPRINGS - One of the women arrested in connection with the murder of two El Paso County teens was in court on Monday and has taken a plea deal.

Angelito Prado is guilty of charges including eluding police, 2nd-degree kidnapping, and drug charges.

Prado will serve 4 years in prison and 3 years probation in connection with the death of Derek Greer and Natalie Partida.

Their bodies were found dead along Old Pueblo Road back in March. 

Five others are expected to appear in court on Monday, following Prado. 

Those include:

  • Gustavo Marquez, 19
  • Diego Chacon, 19
  • Joseph Rodriguez, 18
  • Alexandra Romero, 20
  • Marco Garcia-Bravo, 20 

Prado was in court exactly a week ago with three others involved in the case.

Her case got pushed to July 31. We knew she was going to take a plea deal, but the terms were still unclear. 

READ MORE: 4 of 10 suspects in murder of 2 El Paso Co. teens appear in court

Last Monday, Carlos Meza also accepted a plea deal. He pleaded guilty to a possession of a weapon charge and will be put on two years of supervised probation. Meza was originally facing three years in prison. 

On July 17, Breanna Eloise Dahlberg, another one of the suspects arrested in the case, pleaded guilty to false imprisonment.


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