ENNIS - The police hunt is still on for 18-year-old Jennifer Samantha Puente, the teen suspected of killing her friend, 15-year-old Moriah Gonzales.
Authorities said after she was killed, Gonzales' body was then burned and left on the side of a road on March 17.
According to warrants obtained by News 8, Puente "had been planning to murder several subjects."
Investigators will not discuss the details of a potential "hit list," but Puente's former boyfriend, Johnny Wells, believes he was among those on the list.
"Her best friend told me she was going to set me up; that I better lock my door because she was going to stab me and burn my body, throw it out," he said.
Wells is the father of Puente's son.
On March 15, he requested a protective order against her.
In his petition, he told the court that Puente was not a good mother. He also stated that he believed she was trying to join a gang and wanted to kill people and burn their bodies.
Wells claimed that he and one of Puente's friends went to the Ennis Police Department weeks before the murder and told investigators that she was plotting to hurt people. The department's police chief denied anyone came to the station warning them prior to Gonzales' death.
Investigators already have 29-year-old Jose Manuel Alvarado in custody in connection to the murder. They believe he was also involved in the attack of Gonzales.
This is the second tragedy over the last few months for the 15-year-old victim's family.
Gonzales' older sister, Janikka, died from an accidental drug overdose six months ago. Their mother is heartbroken over the loss and is struggling to find a way to pay for the funeral of her 15-year-old daughter.
Those who would like to contribute money can make a desposit to the Moriah Gonzales account at the Wells Fargo branch in Waxahachie, or at any Citizens National Bank.