Pregnant Texas girl, 15, killed by baby’s father, her OWN step-dad, just before giving birth

A 15-year-old teen was pregnant for the 2nd time by her stepdad

Court documents revealed on Wednesday that San Antonio man accused of killing a 15-year-old last month was the baby’s father and also the teen’s stepfather.

Dallas Morning News reports that Armando Garcia-Ramires, 36, an unauthorized Mexico immigrant, is accused of shooting his stepdaughter, Jennifer Delgado, the mother of his unborn child on March 6, at her Spanish Keys apartment in San Antonio.  The teen already had a 1-year-old son by Garcia-Ramires. She became pregnant again a month after ICE released Ramires from custody for the 2nd time in 2016.

A police report indicated that Garcia-Ramires had been living with the teen for unspecified amount of time after he separated from her mother. Last month, Garcia-Ramires returned to the teen’s mother’s apartment, and told her he was father to the 1-year-old boy and the unborn child. The mom decided not to call police or press charges.

ORIGINAL Story: Teen, 15 and pregnant, killed in San Antonio

On March 6, Garcia-Ramires called the teen’s mom and asked her to meet him at a bank. He reportedly said he wanted to give her some money. When she arrived, he was nowhere to be found. He called the woman from a creek near her apartment shortly after, and threatened to kill himself. She called 911, and when police arrived, they found him at the creek with a gunshot wound to his mouth. They rushed him to the hospital for medical treatment.

Shortly after, authorities when to Delgado’s mother’s apartment and found the 15-year-old dead from gunshot wounds to her head and chest. Her 1-year-old little boy was sitting unharmed next to her body. The unborn baby still had a heartbeat when police arrived, but died shortly after in a hospital.

In 2011 and again in 2016, Garcia-Ramires was arrested by ICE, but let go each time. He’s now booked on two counts of capital murder. He remains in the Bexar County jail with no bond.

[Feature Photo: Bexar County Jail]