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In the darkness, flickers of light. Candles illuminated pictures of 19-year-old Lizette Cuesta, as her family and friends shared their grief-- and memories.
"A really genuine person. That's something I'll always remember about her," said Alexandra Spohn who used to skateboard with Cuesta.
"Very bubbly, just a very bubbly person. It's kind of like that energy where it's contagious," said friend Yvette Terriquez.
The vigil was held at Great Oaks Park in San Jose, where Cuesta used to hang out with friends.
She graduated from Silver Creek High School in 2016 but was currently living in Tracy.
"We'll obviously be looking for a motive in this case," said Sgt. Ray Kelly of the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.
Cuesta was found bleeding, crawling along Tesla Road in Livermore Monday morning.
Authorities said she had been beaten and stabbed-- mortally wounded.
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But, before she died, she named two suspects.
"Lizette's compelling statement to the first responders allowed us to get to Modesto in a timely manner," said Sgt. Kelly.
Alameda County Sheriff's investigators arrested Daniel Gross and Melissa Leonardo in Modesto.
Neighbors, including a young boy and his grandmother, witnessed the arrests.
"We were just scared because we saw a lot of guns and we thought they were going to shoot or something," said 9-year-old Jaden Silva.
His grandmother Bertha Andrade, added. "They said get out with your hands up we know you are there."
Gross and Leonardo were friends with Cuesta. They're scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon.
ARRAIGNMENT: Tomorrow 2/14/18, Department 712 at 1400 hrs, East County Hall Of Justice in Dublin, CA. https://t.co/OtjUSHlUIr— Alameda County Sheriff (@ACSOSheriffs) February 13, 2018