Several search warrants obtained by CBS19 Wednesday provide more details into the case of Kayla Gomez-Orozco. The affidavit states officials collected the body of Kayla Gomez-Orozco from a well at 22131 FM 2493 in Bullard, Texas.

From that same location, the warrant shows officials collected a pair of black sequined shoes, maroon panties, and a necklace with two heart pendants. The warrant also reads DNA evidence was collected from the lid of the well where Gomez-Orozco’s body was found.

Officials collected evidence from several vehicles, including a black Chevrolet Truck belonging to Gustavo Zavala-Garcia. Evidence traces from the passenger and driver’s seat were collected.

At another location, 10488 CR 152 W, a red and tan Ford 350, and white Ford 350 owned by Zavala Pools Construction were searched.

Swabs from bloodstains were collected from the front passenger seat, passenger dash, and the backseat as well as the passenger side interior window of the red and tan truck.

Traces from the front passenger seat and passenger side floorboard were collected from the white truck.

The warrant also details interviews with members of the church. One member told officials Zavala watched his own 3-year-old daughter, another boy, and Gomez-Orozco in the playroom at the church.

Furthermore, the document states investigators noticed a time discrepancy between Zavala’s interview and that of his wife, Ester Zavala. Authorities believe the seventeen minute time difference between Zavala’s alleged arrival to his home and the time Ester described him arriving is when Zavala-Garcia concealed the victim’s body in the well.

According to the warrant, during a polygraph examination, Zavala answered “yes” to questions regarding causing the death of Gomez-Orozco. The document then states Zavala-Garcia recanted his answer.

The warrant states records from Verizon Wireless were used to trace Zavala-Garcia's movements.

The document reads, “due to the inconsistencies in statements made by suspected party, cellular telephone record analysis, video surveillance, locating the victim in a well on the suspected place and confession to causing death of the victim… sufficient probable cause exists that suspected party intentionally caused the death of the victim.”