She claims her father continued to molest her until she was 14. The victim is the sister of 21-year-old Antolin Garcia-Torres, who was arrested in May on suspicion of kidnapping and murdering Sierra LaMar, a Morgan Hill high school cheerleader.
LaMar was last seen on the morning of March 16 when she was getting ready for school; she had a conversation with her mother, and her final communication came via text to a friend whom she was planning to meet at school that morning.
Police say they found traces of Garcia-Torres' DNA on LaMar's clothing that was found on the side of the road a few days after she went missing. They also found traces of her DNA inside his car.
In June, Garcia-Torres' attorney had to remove himself from this case, citing a conflict of interest. It seems his lawyer was already representing Garcia-Torres' father in his own criminal case.
Garcia-Torres had to get a new attorney and is expected to enter a plea on July 31. Meanwhile, volunteers continue to scour the South Bay, looking for LaMar's body.