COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Three suspects linked to the deaths of Derek Greer and Natalie Partida may be working on a plea deal, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette.
Gazette reporter Lance Benzel tweeted Thursday that Carlos "Tink" Meza and Breeana Dahlberg waived their preliminary hearings as part of plea negotiations.
Dahlberg's attorney, Jennifer Stock, confirmed to KRDO NewsChannel 13 that Dahlberg waived her preliminary hearing today and that the DA's office has offered a deal. Stock did not release the details of the offer.
Dahlberg's next court date is scheduled for June 12.
Benzel also reports that Angelita Prado requested to postpone her preliminary hearing.
Angelita Prado, 21, and Breeana Dahlberg, 20, face kidnapping charges.
Meza faces a weapons charge.
Greer, 15, and Partida, 16, were found dead off Old Pueblo Road about 3/4 of a mile south of Hanover Road on March 12.
The sheriff's office has not released how they died or offered a theory about why they were killed.
A total of ten people have been arrested on various charges in connection with this case.