SAN ANTONIO - Arrest warrants unsealed Wednesday revealed allegations of alleged sexual abuse against 10-year-old Sammi Ochoa by her dad and uncle.
Back on September 14th the bodies of the 10-year-old, her mother 29 year old Rebecca Gonzales and 41-year old Pamela Wenske were found inside the burned home in the 200 block of Karen Lane.
On Sunday night, police arrested 31-year-old Conrad Ochoa and his brother, 36-year-old Baron Ochoa. They were not arrested for the murders. Instead, they were charged with sex crime charges.
Sammi Ochoa's grandmother Suzy Bianchi-Peters said she can't even imagine what her granddaughter was going through.
"I'm devastated that my granddaughter had to suffer through that alone for so long, because of her fears she had been threatened so many times with her life and her mothers life, " added Bianchi Peters.
Bianchi Peters went on to say last her her granddaughter spoke out of alleged abuse by her uncle Baron Ochoa. She adds her granddaughter later recanted her story. Months later the 10-year-old made another outcry, but this time she said her father was allegedly abusing her.
"She finally felt comfortable enough to do it, " added Bianchi-Peters.
Back in August Rebecca Gonzales filed a temporary protective order to keep her daughter away from both father and uncle.
On Monday September 12th, two days before the deadly fire Gonzales alerted Sammi's school saying sexual abuse charges were going to be filed on both Conrad and Baron Ochoa.
The next day Child Protective Services visited the school, and hours later was the fatal fire.
The documents state Conrad Ochoa was initially arrested on outstanding traffic warrants the day of the fire. Police noticed a strong odor on Ochoa that was similar to an odor the investigator smelled at the Karen Lane fire.
Investigators also questioned Baron Ochoa and detectives stated there were injuries Ochoa's neck, head and shoulder areas appeared to be scratches that were recent.
Grandmother Bianchi-Peters said she's going to let the justice system run its course.
Bianchi-Peters is taking a stand and is signing up to become a child advocate for CASA.
"We need volunteers to speak out and provide a voice for these children in the courts, " added Vanessa Rodriguez with CASA.
For more information on how to become a child advocate you can call 210-225-7070.