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Mother of Murder Victim's Baby Speaks Out

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While investigators continue to seek out 'persons of interest' in the recent Benton County triple homicide case there are families and friends grieving. While investigators continue to seek out 'persons of interest' in the recent Benton County triple homicide case there are families and friends grieving.
NBCRightNow.com - While investigators continue to seek out 'persons of interest' in the recent Benton County triple homicide case there are families and friends grieving.

23 year-old David Perez-Saucedo was one of those victims. NBC Right Now spoke with his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his baby girl. She was so upset she told us she couldn't even try to talk about her ex-boyfriend without crying.

While the couple had been separated for over a year, Gabirela Bravo says Perez-Saucedo remained a friend and a good father to his daughter Jayleen. She says he would often call to figure out how he could take his daughter out for something fun or just to spend time with her. When we asked her if there was anything unusual in David's life leading up to his murder she said she didn't see this coming at all.

"No nothing. Everything was the same. i never thought it was going to happen. When they told me that he was dead, I never thought it was real. I thought it was like a joke."

We also spoke with Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller Wednesday. With new details showing murder victim Abigail Torres was in fact pregnant with a near full term baby girl we asked if the baby would be considered a fourth murder victim. Miller tells us currently he's working on search warrants to find persons of interest and that decision would be made when they actually have a person or persons to prosecute. 
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