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A woman who has been missing for five months was found encased in concrete in the Nevada desert before police arrested two suspects in her murder.
Esmeralda Gonzalez, 24, was reported missing in Las Vegas by relatives on May 30 after she hadn't been heard from in several days.
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Her remains were found in a 'homemade concrete and wooden structure' in a desert area north of the city on October 8. The cause of death is unclear.
Investigators said they received a tip implicating 45-year-old Christopher Prestipino in July and later determined that Gonzalez was held against her will inside the suspect's home before she was murdered.
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Prestipino was arrested last week along with 31-year-old Lisa Mort, who allegedly knew about the killing and helped cover it up.
Both suspects are being held at the Clark County jail.
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Prestipino is facing charges for murder, first-degree kidnapping resulting in substantial bodily harm, and conspiracy murder, according to jail records. He appeared in court on Wednesday morning.
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