COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Authorities say three of the suspects arrested in connection with the killing of two Colorado Springs teenagers are considering a plea offer in the case.

The suspects Carlos Meza, Angelita Prado, and Breeana Dahlberg are considering an offer from the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office.

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Carlos Meza aka Tink (credit: El Paso County)

Meza, who goes by the name Tink, was arrested on charges of possession of a weapon by a previous offender which stems from the investigation into the double murder of double murder of Natalie Partida and Derek Greer.

Derek Greer, 15, and Natalie Partida, 16 (credit: El Paso County)

Prado, 21, was arrested on kidnapping charges related to the double murder.

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Angelita Prado (credit: El Paso County Sheriff’s Office)

Several other suspects were arrested in connection with the case, including those accused of attempting to influence a public official, kidnapping and robbery.

A passerby found Greer, 15, and Partida, 16, dead on the side of a road near Fountain in March.

(credit: CBS)

Those who knew them say that Greer and Partida were best friends. Both were students at Coronado High School.

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The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office has not revealed details behind how the murders happened or what led up to the arrests.