Saturday 18 November 2017

Man who allegedly killed two teens posed victims in 'sexually explicit fashion' - autopsy report

Victims Natalie Henderson (left) and Carter Davis
Victims Natalie Henderson (left) and Carter Davis
Victim Natalie Henderson
Victim Carter Davis
Denise Calnan

Denise Calnan

A young man who allegedly robbed and shot dead two teenagers behind a supermarket stripped his victims of their clothes and posed one of their bodies in a "sexually explicit fashion", according to an autopsy report.

Jeffrey Hazelwood (20) allegedly shot seventeen-year-olds Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis in the early hours of the morning on August 1 in the neighbourhood of Roswell.

The 20-year-old is reported to have fatally shot both the teenagers in their heads and proceeded to take a wallet and a pair of jumper cables from the duo, New York Daily News reports.

A delivery driver made the gruesome discovery at approximately 6am.

Alleged killer Jeffrey Hazelwood (20)
Alleged killer Jeffrey Hazelwood (20)

Police issued a search warrant and arrested the young man two days after the killings.

Now, a medical autopsy report has described how both victims had been partially stripped of their clothing and positioned on the ground.

The young woman was completely naked, the report reads, and had been "posed in a sexually explicit fashion, with her legs 'spread eagle'".

The report noted how the young male victim, Davis, was found wearing only shorts and had his arms stretched out on either side.

Victim Natalie Henderson
Victim Natalie Henderson

There were no immediate signs of injury to either of the teenager's genitalia, but a sexual assault kit was prepared for the investigation.

Police released the report the day before Hazelwood was expected in court for a probable cause hearing.

Victim Carter Davis
Victim Carter Davis

He has been charged with two counts of murder and one count each of aggravated assault and theft.

Police told the US publication a motive for the killings has yet to be determined.

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