Family members to remember murder victims during one year anniversary
Posted on 11/6/2017 8:43:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- Family and friends tonight will be gathering for peace and justice on this one year anniversary marking the death of a local woman and her adult son. The double homicide claimed the lives of Belinda Sauceda, 64 and Jeremy Sauceda, 30.
 
On Sunday morning, Nov. 6, 2016, both mother and son were found deceased in their duplex located in the 500 block of E. Baxter Street. The two died from apparent gunshot wounds. Police officials say after a canvass of the street, they learned that at approximately 2:15 a.m., well before the shooting, neighbors reported "loud banging" on residences located on the same street. After securing the crime scene, officers also discovered that the connecting duplex residence to the east also received multiple gunshots through the front door and door window. Since that time, officers have been working to identify a suspect or suspects in this case.

In observance of the one year anniversary of their death, the family is inviting the community to gather for a prayer service at St. James Catholic Church beginning today at 7 p.m. A memorial lantern release in honor of the mother and son will follow the service.
 
Anyone with information in this case, is asked to call (830) 379-2123 or the Guadalupe Crime Stoppers anonymous tip
line at 1-877-403-TIPS. Tips can also be submitted online at www.gccsTIPS.org.

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