ALAMEDA COUNTY (KRON) — Two suspects have been arrested in the murder of a volunteer with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office who went missing on Wednesday night.
The volunteer, 21-year-old Karla Ramirez-Segoviano of Alameda County was last seen around 10:00 p.m. when she dropped off a friend in San Leandro on 136th Avenue.
She was reported missing on Thursday by her family when she did not return home, according to officials.
Ramirez-Segoviano’s body was found on Thursday at 11:59 a.m. at Arroyo Viejo park in the 7700 block of Krause Avenue in Oakland.
Her body was found with blood force trauma, multiple stab wounds and burn marks on the upper portion of her body. Deputies could not initially identify her due to her condition.
Homicide investigators say by following up on leads they were able to take two people into custody without incident in connection with the murder.
The two suspects that were taken into custody are an adult male and an adult female from Oakland.
Officials say Ramirez-Segoviano had a friendship relationship with the female suspect. The suspects are now being questioned and will be arrested.
Officials are confident that the suspects in custody are the correct and only suspects in connection with the murder.
According to officials, Ramirez-Segoviano and her family were very close nit and they were concerned about her being out late at night the evening she went missing.
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