An urgent and distressing situation has unfolded in Leon Valley, Texas, as the local police department issued a CLEAR Alert on Monday for 18-year-old Savanah Nicole Soto. The expectant mother, who was already a week past her due date, failed to appear at the hospital as scheduled on Saturday night for her labor induction. Concerns have grown even more profound as her whereabouts remain unknown.
Gloria Cordova, Soto’s mother, disclosed that she last communicated with her daughter on Friday and that she was last seen at her apartment complex. Cordova’s distress escalated when Soto never arrived at the hospital for her planned labor induction. The urgency of the situation prompted the Leon Valley Police Department to issue a CLEAR Alert to mobilize the community in the search for Soto.
According to Cordova’s account, Savanah Soto is a white female, standing 5-foot-1 and weighing 115 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last spotted on Friday in the 6000 block of Grissom Road in Leon Valley. There is reason to believe that she may be driving a gray 2013 Kia Optima, bearing a Texas temporary tag with the number 4289D57.
Cordova, deeply saddened by the circumstances, shared, “Savanah was so, so happy because she was going to be a mommy. It breaks my heart.” She emphasized that her daughter was fully prepared for motherhood, having meticulously arranged the nursery and intending to have Cordova present in the delivery room.
However, Cordova’s concerns intensified when she couldn’t reach her daughter on Saturday afternoon. Worried, she decided to visit Soto’s apartment, but her repeated knocks went unanswered. To her dismay, Cordova discovered that her daughter wasn’t home, and her phone appeared to be dead. Further distress ensued when they reached the hospital, only to find that Soto had not arrived.
As a result, Cordova promptly filed a police report with the Leon Valley Police, as she sensed that something was amiss. Compounding the distressing situation, they were unable to establish contact with Soto’s boyfriend. Cordova lamented, “We don’t even know what happened. They said it could be anything.”
In a tragic twist of fate, Cordova is still grieving the loss of another child. She shared the immense pain she has endured, stating, “It’s hard, it’s like one after another.” Last year, Cordova’s 15-year-old son was killed, and now, she finds herself grappling with the disappearance of her 18-year-old daughter.
In a heartfelt plea, Cordova implores anyone with any information to come forward. She desperately wants her daughter to return home, assuring her that no judgment or criticism awaits her. “I just want you to be home,” Cordova expressed with profound anguish.
If you possess any information regarding Savanah Nicole Soto’s whereabouts, please contact the Leon Valley Police at (210) 684-8897. The community’s cooperation and vigilance are essential in resolving this distressing situation and ensuring Soto’s safe return to her loved ones.