Adriana Coronado was just fourteen years old when an Amber Alert was nationally sent out after her father was found deceased on a road near the Sam Houston Parkway. His body was found shot to death and burned in Walker County near a ditch. His pickup was found abandoned in Montgomery County.
Adriana's mother spoke to Adriana and her father that night and they were together. It didn't sound like either one of them were in distress at the time of the call. Adriana was expected to have friends come over, but when those friends arrived to their residence, no one was home.
Adriana's lifeless body was found lying in an open field near a road in West Houston. It is believed that Adriana was with her father, Caesar Vladimir Coronado when he was murdered.
An unidentified man was seen on video surveillance running from the burning pickup in an industrial park in Conroe. The shoes a Ford F-150 driving. The video showed an unidentified heavyset man leaving the father's truck in Conroe. The truck is driven off screen and a few seconds later, a burst of light can be seen coming from the direction of the truck.
These two men arrested and charged in the deaths of Adriana and her father
Jose Jamie Solis, age 34
Ramon Sanchez, age 35
Both Solis and Sanchez were charged in unrelated drug trafficking charges, but police reported that they were directly involved in their murders. It is unknown if they were ever convicted on the drug charges, or ever charged in Adriana and Caesar's deaths.
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