Two teenagers, whose remains were discovered in a garage, were killed, and an Oregon man is now accused of the crime.
In connection with the death of the two 18-year-olds, Wesley Abel Brady, 41, was detained and charged with two charges of first-degree murder and one count of abuse of a corpse, according to court records.
The bodies of Alfredo Hernandez and Angela Pastorino were discovered last week, on August 17, according to the Bend Police Department.
Police were contacted to a residence in Oregon at approximately 11.15 p.m. by a resident who claimed to have discovered a body in their garage.
When police arrived at the house, one of the victims was already dead in the garage. Police from Bend secured the area so that detectives could discover a second body.
The two teenagers were working on the house on August 16 with Brady, according to a preliminary inquiry.
“While drinking alcohol at the Mount Faith Place home later that evening, Hernandez and Brady got into a physical altercation, and Brady murdered both Pastorino and Hernandez,” Bend police said.
“He then placed their bodies in the home’s garage before eventually traveling to a property in Christmas Valley.”
The police department said that officers were at the scene when Brady returned to the area.
“He was detained and remains in custody,” a news release said.
Police noted that a worried family member had earlier in the day reported the teens missing.
The manner of their death was not disclosed.
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