Police searching for suspect after 2 Texas teenagers shot, 1 dead

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Posted at 6:44 PM, Apr 06, 2022

SEGUIN, Texas — UPDATE: Seguin Police Department has identified the two additional occupants in Reyes' car, according to the latest press release.

Sahra Vega, 21, and Christanio Soto, 21, are believed to be the other occupants in the car Reyes drove in after the shooting. The two have been charged with one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one count of murder.

Both have been taken into custody during a traffic stop.

Their bond has been set to $1 million total.

Reyes' location is still unknown. Those with his location are urged to contact the Seguin Police Department at 911 or at (830)-379-2123.


The Seguin Police Department is asking the public for help in locating Draven Rene Reyes, 20, who is at large and considered to be armed and dangerous.

Reyes, a native of Seguin, has been charged with aggravated assault and murder after a shooting that occurred at a park in the 600 block of North Vaughan Avenue according to police.

Police said Reyes was accompanied by two other individuals whose names were not disclosed. Additionally, police said Reyes fired multiple rounds when he and his accomplices drove by the park.

Maekalyn Ann Marie Smith of Seguin, 18, and another 18-year-old unidentified male were both struck. Police say the pair were sitting near the park's basketball court.

Smith died from her injuries; the 18-year-old male suffered non-life-threatening wounds.

Police said their investigation is ongoing and urges those who may have Reyes' location to contact the Seguin Police Department at 911 or at (830)-379-2123.

The Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers can also be contacted at (877)-403-TIPS (8477) and are also offering a reward of up to $5,000 for any information that leads to Reyes' arrest.